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Initial Public Offerings in the Netherlands

Initial Public Offerings in the Netherlands 2017

Initial Public Offerings in the Netherlands

07.07.2017 NL law

Euronext Amsterdam remains a viable and popular platform for equity raisings. Pieter Schütte and Derk Lemstra have written an interesting article about the process of an IPO on Euronext Amsterdam and the regulatory architecture and public company responsibilities in the Netherlands.

The article has been published in Global Legal Insights 2017. 

Read the full publication.

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