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Stibbe Luxembourg appoints new Executive Partner

Stibbe Luxembourg appoints new Executive Partner

Stibbe Luxembourg appoints new Executive Partner

10.01.2022 LU law

Bernard Beerens succeeds Gérald Origer as Executive Partner of Stibbe Luxembourg as of 1 January, 2022. 

Bernard is part of Stibbe’s M&A practice and is a specialist in corporate law, including cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private equity and corporate finance transactions. He has been a partner at Stibbe since 2020. Gérald Origer will continue his practice within Stibbe Luxembourg and head the Corporate Law practice.
Gérald Origer: “It is with great pride and gratitude for the collective work accomplished that I end my tenure as Executive Partner of Stibbe Avocats and am passing on the baton to Bernard Beerens. I’m confident that Bernard has all the required professionalism and entrepreneurship to embrace his new role. I thank our partners, associates and employees for their support and dedication to building up the firm to where it stands today. I’m also mostly grateful to our clients for their continued trust in our services. As a partner, alongside my peers and colleagues, we will continue the growth of the firm, its visibility on the market and its offering of top notch legal services to our clients.”
Bernard Beerens: “Under Gérald’s leadership, the Luxembourg office of Stibbe has grown significantly with the expansion of the firm’s tax, fund management and corporate practices to become one of the leading Benelux firms in Luxembourg. We are thankful for the continued trust and support of our clients who have very much contributed to the success of our firm. It is with great enthusiasm that I look forward to continuing the expansion of the firm in Luxembourg and working alongside a great team of talented lawyers from our offices across the Benelux, London and New York."


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