Suzanne van Boheemen

Suzanne van Boheemen

Suzanne acts for borrowers and lenders in banking and finance matters, guiding them through every transaction. She has a broad range of experience in both domestic and cross-border deals, handling complex multi-jurisdiction finance transactions.


Suzanne has a specific focus on corporate lending and acquisition finance with expertise on issues regarding syndicated lending, leveraged transactions and restructurings. Her clients include Dutch and foreign banks, corporates and private equity funds.

She has a master’s degree in notarial law from Utrecht University (2012) and a master’s degree in law from Radboud University (2011).

In 2014, she was seconded to an international Dutch bank as an in-house counsel advising the financial markets group. In 2017, Suzanne completed the Stibbe MBA Highlights Programme at INSEAD in Fontainbleau, France.


  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2012

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