Seminar

Stibbe Debt Finance Seminar

Stibbe Debt Finance Seminar

Stibbe Debt Finance Seminar

07.02.2019 NL law

The annual Stibbe Debt Finance Seminar will take place on 7 February 2019 at our offices in Amsterdam. The Stibbe Debt Finance Seminar (edition 2019) provides a general update on the most important legal trends and focuses on how Dutch participants in the national and international loan markets may be affected. 

The seminar is aimed at a broad public that consists of professionals from the financial industry, CFO’s and treasurers and in-house legal counsel who regularly advise on debt finance transactions.

Programme

16.00 - 16.15      Registration

16.15 - 17.45      Seminar

  • Benchmark reform and other current affairs: Robert Steeg (Counsel at Stibbe)
  • Credit agreements: termination and enforcement: Rogier Raas (Partner at Stibbe)
  • A Dutch scheme of arrangement and Brexit-related challenges: Rein van Helden (Partner at Stibbe)
  • Brexit: what’s next: Kees Boonman (political journalist, analyst and lector journalism at Leiden University)*

Maarten de Bruin (Partner at Stibbe) will chair the seminar.

*Please note that the presentation of Kees Boonman wil be held in Dutch.

17.45 - 19.00      Drinks

To register or for more information please contact us via: StibbeEvents@stibbe.com.

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