We are Stibbe Private Equity specialists

Through our multi-industry experience we handle a wide range of high-profile transactions, both on the fund and investment side.

Private Equity

We are among the leading Benelux law firms in private equity transactions, bringing together expertise in mergers and acquisitions, finance and equity capital markets.

The breadth of our team’s expertise ensures we are able to handle all private equity matters, both domestically and cross-border. We advise national and foreign private equity funds and venture capitalists (on both the equity and debt side), management teams, sellers, mezzanine funds and banks.

Our experience adds value in all aspects of private equity and venture capital investments, from structuring and organising the fund and its management vehicle, to assisting and documenting the fund raising process with private, institutional and fund-of-fund investors.

We assist our clients in all phases of the investment process: (vendor) due diligence, auction process, offer letters, transaction and management structures, legal documentation relating to the purchase/investment, acquisition debt, mezzanine and management-incentive plans.

We have the experience and resources to effectively handle all international aspects of private equity, advising on sophisticated cross-border transactions, and where necessary, drawing on relationships with leading law firms in each jurisdiction.

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Market recognition

Clients praise this team for its ability to “co-ordinate complicated transactions.” It frequently advises clients in China and Hong Kong on their investments in Europe, which are often structured through the Benelux region. 

Chambers Global 2014, Corporate and M&A chapter

"The Stibbe team made a great impression. The lawyers demonstrated excellent experience and quick turnarounds under much time pressure"

Chambers Europe 2016, Corporate and M&A chapter

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