Speaking slot

26 June 2017: Rein van Helden speaks at Loan Market Association's leveraged training event

26 June 2017: Rein van Helden speaks at Loan Market Association's leveraged training event

26 June 2017: Rein van Helden speaks at Loan Market Association's leveraged training event

20.06.2017 NL law

On 26 June 2017, Rein van Helden will speak at the Amsterdam Leveraged Documentation Training Day organised by the Loan Market Association and held in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Amsterdam.

The training will focus on the LMA Leveraged Facilities Agreement. Rein van Helden will discuss relevant post-signing and loan management topics.

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