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Daisy Nijkamp

Daisy Nijkamp

Daisy has proven experience litigating and advising on liability, security rights and insolvency law issues for a broad spectrum of clients. She also regularly advises on complex restructurings.

Furthermore, Daisy has acted as a trustee in bankruptcy matters and has expertise in banking and finance.

In 2013 and 2014, she worked in Stibbe London in the banking and finance department.

In 2014 she was seconded to an international Dutch bank as an in-house counsel advising the financial restructuring and recovery team.

Daisy has a Master of Law from Nijmegen University (Nijmegen Law School/Duale master Onderneming & Recht), graduating in December 2008. She has also attended the Stibbe Mini MBA Highlights Programme at INSEAD (2013).

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2009

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13.01.2021 NL law
The Dutch scheme – Classes and voting

Short Reads - The Act on confirmation of private restructuring plans (Wet homologatie onderhands akkoord) – which introduces a framework allowing debtors to restructure their debts outside formal insolvency proceedings (termed the “Dutch Scheme“) – was adopted by the Dutch Senate on 6 October 2020 and will enter into force on 1 January 2021.

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03.06.2020 NL law
Restructuring & Insolvency in the Netherlands - 2020

Articles - What duties and potential liabilities should the directors/managers have regard to when managing a company in financial difficulties? Is there a specific point at which a company must enter a restructuring or insolvency process? What are the criteria for entry into each restructuring procedure? Or, what impact does each restructuring procedure have on existing contracts?

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12.11.2020 NL law
The Dutch Scheme – high flexibility in plan contents and possibility to affect group guarantees

Short Reads - The Act on confirmation of private restructuring plans (Wet homologatie onderhands akkoord) – which introduces a framework allowing debtors to restructure their debts outside formal insolvency proceedings (the “Dutch Scheme“) – was adopted by the Dutch Senate on 6 October 2020 and will enter into force on 1 January 2021. In previous blogs we have summarised when the Dutch Scheme can be used, who can make use of the initiative, and what action is required.

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07.07.2020 NL law
Wetsvoorstel Wet Homologatie onderhands akkoord aangenomen door de Tweede Kamer

Short Reads - Het Wetsvoorstel Wet Homologatie onderhands akkoord (“WHOA”) is op 26 mei 2020 door de Tweede Kamer aangenomen en is momenteel in behandeling bij de Eerste Kamer. De WHOA combineert aspecten van de Engelse Scheme of Arrangement en de Amerikaanse Chapter 11 procedure. Ondernemingen die in zwaar weer verkeren krijgen de mogelijkheid om hun schulden buiten formele insolventieprocedures te herstructureren door een akkoord op te leggen aan (een deel van) de schuldeisers. De verwachting is dat de wet dit najaar in werking zal treden.

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