Matthias Maselis

I am Matthias Maselis

Matthias Maselis

Matthias Maselis specialises in commercial real estate transactions in Belgium and Luxembourg. He focuses on high-profile transactions for leading domestic and international market players.

Matthias’s expertise encompasses all aspects of real estate law, covering the various stages of a property’s life cycle. This includes investments, restructurings, development and assisting clients with their asset management activities. His client base includes real estate funds, local and international real estate investment companies, and major developers.
Matthias graduated in law from KU Leuven and holds a master’s degree in general management from Vlerick business school. Before joining Stibbe in 2019, Matthias was a real estate lawyer at a magic circle firm in Brussels and a business development and investment manager for a major real estate developer.

  • Languages: Dutch, French, English
  • Admitted to the Brussels Bar: 2011
  • Joined Stibbe as a partner in: 2019


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