Rein van Helden

I am Rein van Helden Banking and Finance specialist

Rein van Helden

Rein’s advice is based on a clear understanding of his clients markets, their aspirations and commercial goals. He creates bespoke solutions that fit their needs precisely.

Rein acts for financial institutions and domestic and international corporate clients on banking and financing transactions. Rein has a broad experience in syndicated lending, acquisition finance, property finance, securitisation and debt capital markets transactions. Furthermore, Rein regularly advises clients on restructuring and debt restructuring transactions.

Rein spent three years at our London office from 2010 to 2013.

He has a master’s in law from the University of Groningen (2007).

  • Languages: Dutch, English, German
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2007

Experience

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