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07 April 2020 / news

Loyens & Loeff appoints Chief Transformation Officer

Amsterdam, 7 April 2020 – International law and tax firm Loyens & Loeff welcomes Frank Thuis as Chief Transformation Officer. Frank will lead a team that drives a number of the firm’s strategic projects, to further strengthen the firm’s leading position in the Benelux and Swiss markets. Prior to joining Loyens & Loeff, Frank held several general management positions in the legal services sector.

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Bram Linnartz, Managing Partner Loyens & Loeff: ”In the current challenging times, our priorities lie in safeguarding our people and supporting our clients. But it is our strong conviction that we must also look ahead, to what is next and beyond. To maintain our top tier position as integrated law and tax firm in this rapidly changing world, we must continue to look for ways to realise our and our clients’ ambitions day after day. That is why we are very pleased to welcome Frank to the team.”

Frank Thuis, Chief Transformation Officer Loyens & Loeff: “Loyens & Loeff takes investing in its future very seriously, which shows in the fact that they created the position of Director of Technology & Innovation last year, and the position of Chief Transformation Officer this year. More than having to start building from the ground up, my job will rather be to align and accelerate already existing initiatives and projects, and work, together with the management of the firm, the partnergroup, and the various business directors, towards a promising horizon.”