Getting the Deal Through - Debt Capital Markets

Getting the Deal Through - Debt Capital Markets

Getting the Deal Through - Debt Capital Markets

05.07.2022 NL law


Marieke Driessen, Niek Groenendijk and Nils Beijeman contributed to Getting the Deal Through - Debt Capital Markets. The Netherlands has an active market for debt securities, with financial institutions, corporates and treasury and special purpose vehicles issuing debt instruments across the international spectrum, including commercial paper, bonds, structured notes and other debt instruments. In the chapter covering the Netherlands, Marieke, Niek and Nils provide a brief overview of the market and recent developments and answer a number of frequently asked questions regarding key legal issues that affect a wide variety of debt capital market transactions in the Netherlands.

Questions they answer include:

  • What types of debt securities offerings are typical, and how active is the market?
  • What are the filing and documentary requirements?
  • Are there any reporting obligations that are imposed after the offering of debt securities?
  • What are the main developments of the past year and important trends looking forward?                        

Read the full publication here.

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Debt Capital Markets.

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