- Attorney at law
Herman L. Kaemingk, attorney at law, is a partner in the Amsterdam department of the Corporate Law practice group. He specialises in mergers and acquisitions, in particular in management- and leveraged buyouts. His clients include private equity houses, venture capital investors, management teams, institutional investors, financial institutions and industrial and technology companies.
Herman is a frequent speaker on management- and leveraged buyouts and publishes articles on these topics. He received the award for 'Best M&A Lawyer Midmarket' in the Netherlands in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
What others say about Herman
Chambers Global: "Herman Kaemingk represents venture capital investors, private equity firms and financial institutions in M&A and management and leveraged buyouts. He recently assisted Coolblue with the sale of 20% of its share capital to HAL Investments. He is regarded in the market as a leading lawyer in relation to the private equity sector, and described by interviewees as "a true private equity lawyer" and one of "the biggest names in the Netherlands" for that branch of work".
Chambers Europe: "Well-regarded practice acting on corporate and M&A deals, with specialist knowledge in private equity transactions. Client portfolio consists of various private equity houses. Well-resourced team regularly integrates its corporate and tax practices to fully advise on transactions, including on cross-border projects using its Benelux-wide presence. Recently gained Saica as a new client. Clients praise the "team of experienced professionals, who combine cross-border capabilities with a down-to-earth mentality," which serves to "create practical and workable solutions." According to clients, the lawyers "deliver quality and combine knowledge of the applicable law with strong negotiation skills." Advised Brocacef on the acquisition of Mediq Apotheken Nederland".
Legal 500: "Kaemingk acted for Coolblue on the sale of 20% of its shares to HAL Investments. Other clients include Egeria and KKR and is recommended by clients".
Dutch law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 1993