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24 April 2017 / press release

Private client specialist joins Loyens & Loeff

Pieter van Onzenoort joins the Family Owned Business & Private Wealth Practice Group

Amsterdam, 24 April 2017 - Loyens & Loeff, attorneys at law, tax advisers and civil law notaries, welcomes civil law notary Pieter van Onzenoort as a member of its Family Owned Business & Private Wealth Practice Group. For the last 9 years, Pieter and a number of associates established a niche firm focussed on private clients. Candidate civil law notary Dirk-Jan Maasland, tax adviser Jules de Beer and several others from the firm have made the switch to Loyens & Loeff with him.

Pieter van Onzenoort: “The Family Owned Business & Private Wealth Practice Group provides integrated tax, legal and notary services for family businesses and their shareholders. Its clients include wealthy individuals and families in the Netherlands and abroad. The range of services matches the needs of our clients. We are confident that joining Loyens & Loeff will enable us to continue to provide high-quality services for years to come.” 

Willem Jarigsma, Managing Partner: “In a career spanning almost 30 years, Pieter has focused entirely on private clients and within this practice group he is regarded as a leading adviser by clients and fellow advisers alike. His expertise will only strengthen the integrated notary, tax and legal services we offer our clients and we are delighted that Pieter has chosen to join us.”

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