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53 New Broad Street
London EC2M 1JJ
United Kingdom

London

Located in the City of London, our office provides on-the-ground Dutch corporate, finance, securities and tax advice to the international financial and business community that surrounds it.

Since our office opened in 1994, we have been acting for a wide range of multinational corporations, private equity funds,  financial institutions, and private businesses from across the world, that find their way into the Netherlands through London. The team practises Dutch law and consists of corporate and tax lawyers admitted to the bar in Amsterdam and the Netherlands. The Stibbe team in London functions very much like other transaction teams in the Stibbe Amsterdam office, but offering the convenience to clients to have their Dutch law team in London, where the client, or the other parties involved in the deal may be based.

Whether we are handling day-to-day issues or large cross-border transactions, we create close business partnerships with our clients, offering sound and practical advice. Through this approach, our specialist teams offer technical and commercial expertise in many complex areas of law including M&A, private equity, capital markets/securities, corporate reorganisations, joint ventures, secured finance, structured finance and tax.  


Market recognition

Well-rounded and highly motivated team that is able to deliver high-quality output under very tight deadlines and independently handle all aspects of the transaction from start to finish.

Chambers Europe 2018, Capital Markets chapter

The group stands out for its quality in handling competition law cases. It has highly dedicated lawyers with in-depth knowledge of the required topics

Chambers Europe 2016, Competion and European Law Chapter

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