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10 November 2014 / press release

Loyens & Loeff creates new General Counsel position

Jacqueline Müller to assist the Executive Board.

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Amsterdam, 10 November 2014 – Jacqueline Müller shall, as of today, join Loyens & Loeff lawyers, tax advisers and civil law notaries as General Counsel. She will advise and support the Executive Board on a wide range of legal, compliance and policy matters.

Willem Jarigsma, Managing Partner of Loyens & Loeff: “The regulatory environment for business service providers is constantly evolving. We have created this new role to ensure that our firm continues to adapt to these new developments worldwide. This way we can provide our clients the best possible service. Through her appointment the highest level of compliance will be assured. Jacqueline has extensive experience in corporate governance, policy frameworks and managing complex projects, which are excellent qualities to have for such a position.”

About Jacqueline Müller

Jacqueline Müller (1969) started her career as an attorney in 1993. She has been working as a company lawyer since 2002 at TNT, Sigma Coatings and other large international organisations. In the last four years she headed the Corporate Secretary Office in the position of Corporate Secretary to the Board of Management, Executive Committee and the Supervisory Board of Akzo Nobel NV.