Robert Steeg

Specialising in banking and acquisition, asset, structured and project finance, Robert creates close working partnerships with each of his national and international clients.

He focuses on corporate lending and project finance with proven expertise on issues regarding syndicated lending, leveraged transactions and restructurings. Furthermore, Robert has acted as lead counsel in complex cross-border finance transactions.

He has a master’s in law from the University of Groningen (2005) and spent two years in the New York office of another Dutch international law firm.

Robert is a member of the Amsterdam Bar Association, the Amsterdam Young Bar Association, the Dutch Bar Association and the European Young Bar Association.

  • Languages: Dutch, English

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