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Conference

Stibbe attends the ABS Global Conference in Barcelona

Stibbe attends the ABS Global Conference in Barcelona

Stibbe attends the ABS Global Conference in Barcelona

14.06.2016

AFME and IMN organize their 20th annual meeting from 14-16 June 2016, which will take place in Barcelona.

This conference is one of the most significant gatherings in the securitisation industry. A team from Stibbe’s Brussels, Amsterdam and Luxembourg offices attends this conference and will organize a lunch for selected clients and contacts.

The following lawyers represent Stibbe at the Conference: Ivan Peeters (Brussels office), Maarten de Bruin (Amsterdam office), Philip Van Steenwinkel (Brussels office), Jean-Marc Delcour (Luxembourg office), and Robert Steeg (Amsterdam office).

For more information about the meeting, click here.

Team

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