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Pieter Schütte wins M&A Award for 'Best Equity Capital Markets Lawyer'

Pieter Schütte wins M&A Award for 'Best Equity Capital Markets Lawyer'

Pieter Schütte wins M&A Award for 'Best Equity Capital Markets Lawyer'

16.12.2016 NL law

On Thursday 15 December 2016, Pieter Schütte was awarded an M&A Award during the annual gala organized by the Dutch M&A community MenA.

Winners were selected through a survey among hundreds of M&A experts in the deal making community, such as law firms, private equity houses, general counsel and investment banks. Pieter Schütte won the 'Best Equity Capital Markets Lawyer', one of the most important awards, for the second year in a row.

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