AFM publishes Principles for Information Security
A set of Principles for Information Security have been published by the AFM to provide guidance for financial firms and audit firms.
Loyens & Loeff appoints 4 new counsel in the Netherlands
Amsterdam, 23 January 2020 – Loyens & Loeff has appointed Pjotr Heemskerk, Jelmer Kalisvaart, Marieke Kolsters and Maureen te Poel as counsel.
Securities lending transactions with Swiss securities
Summary of jurisprudence of Swiss Federal Supreme Court on withholding tax refund entitlement in connection with securities lending transactions.
Loyens & Loeff advised Constellation Group with its restructuring
Constellation Oil Services Holding S.A. went through a global debt restructuring end of 2019. Loyens & Loeff assisted throughout the process.
Claims under a W&I-insurance
Merel van Asch and Rens Markus published an article (in Dutch) concerning claims under a warranty & indemnity (W&I) policy (M.M. van Asch & R.L. Markus, ‘Claims...
Competition law in the Netherlands 2019
We are pleased to present to you this overview of competition law developments in the Netherlands in 2019. With Martijn Snoep, eminent competition lawyer, in...
The LuxSE updates its Rules & Regulations
The R&R have been updated to take into account both recent legal and regulatory developments
Quoted - Promoting long-term shareholder engagement
Modernising the Corporate Governance of listed companies has long been on the European agenda.
How can board members and executives mitigate risks?
Today’s experts can advise on the right reflexes to adopt when working with the authorities to ensure good process management.
Cuts of pension rights and benefits 2020
Minister Wouter Koolmees has granted underfunded pension funds a one-year reprieve from implementing cuts of pension rights and benefits.