Ingrid Viertelhauzen

Ingrid Viertelhauzen

Ingrid specialises in banking and finance, handling a broad range of regulatory and compliance matters for financial institutions.

She also handles many complex cases relating to investment management, and advises listed companies with respect to ongoing requirements in the Netherlands.

Ingrid worked at Stibbe’s New York office from November 2016 to May 2018, where she advised national and international clients on general corporate law and M&A transactions. She also continues to enhance her expertise in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions and regulatory law.

Ingrid has a master’s in business law and administrative law from the University of Leiden (2010). She also attended the Stibbe MBA Highlights Programme at INSEAD (2015).

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2011

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01.09.2020 NL law
Toezichthouders aan de poort

Articles - Het kan iedere financiële onderneming overkomen: in de bus vindt men een verzoek om informatie te verstrekken aan een van  de financiële toezichthouders, De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) of de Autoriteit Financiële Markten (AFM). Een dergelijk verzoek leidt al snel tot onrust binnen de onderneming. Ingrid Viertelhauzen en Maciek Bednarski bespreken de reikwijdte van de inlichtingenbevoegdheid en plaatsen hier enkele kanttekeningen bij.

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01.07.2019 NL law
Dutch government publishes plans to combat money laundering

Short Reads - The Dutch Minister of Finance and Minister for Justice and Security published a joint letter today (1 July 2019) that they sent to the Dutch Parliament containing plans to combat money laundering (click here to read the letter in full, in Dutch). These new plans follow recent scrutiny in the Netherlands and Europe relating to money laundering. Some of the plans are far reaching, and will lead to practical implications for our clients if these plans are transposed into Dutch law.

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05.02.2019 NL law
UK investment firms will be temporarily exempt from the Dutch licensing requirement as of 30 March 2019

Short Reads - On 4 February, the Dutch Minister of Finance published an amendment to the Exemption Regulation under the Financial Supervision Act (Vrijstellingsregeling Wft). The amendment provides for a temporary exemption from the licencing requirement for investment firms that provide investment services on a cross border basis from the United Kingdom in the Netherlands to professional parties or trade for their own account.

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