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Jan Peeters

I am Jan Peeters
Corporate and M&A specialist
Financial Institutions specialist

Jan Peeters

After 8 years as managing partner, the tenure of which is now held by Wouter Ghijsels, Jan has now fully returned to practice.

He delivers pragmatic advice on all transactional aspects of mergers and acquisitions (public and private), capital market operations, corporate finance, private equity and venture capital transactions. Concurrently, he provides general advice on corporate general law and governance matters.

Jan also advises on the regulatory aspects of the activities of domestic and foreign credit institutions, investment firms, and insurance companies. Furthermore, he acts on all structuring and regulatory aspects of investment management and funds activities (whether to UCITS or AIFs and their managers, including AIFMs).

In his areas of expertise, Jan advises both local and international clients.

Jan holds an LL.M degree from Berkeley Law and was the Chair of the Banking, Finance and Securities Committee of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA). He is also the author of various publications in the areas of corporate law and financial services regulations.

  • Languages: Dutch, French, English
  • Admitted to the Brussels Bar: 1987
  • Partner since: 1996

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