Private Equity & Funds
The success of your private equity fund and your investments is highly dependent on compliance with increasingly stringent and ever-changing legal and tax regulations. Whether you are a private equity or venture capital fund manager, a professional investor or a high-net-worth entrepreneur, you can rely on Loyens & Loeff's multidisciplinary Private Equity team for integrated and tailor-made legal and tax advice.
Broad range of services
Whether you are a professional investor seeking legal or tax advice on private equity investments, or you are a fund manager initiating the launch of a new private fund, you can rely on Loyens & Loeff’s many years of experience to navigate you through the most recent private equity regulations in the EU and Switzerland. In addition, benefit from Loyens & Loeff’s know-how on what terms and conditions are considered market practice when negotiating your transaction or setting up a fund.
The entire fund life cycle covered
Being part of a large legal and tax firm allows our Private Equity team to offer you truly integrated and comprehensive advice. It also allows us to scale up when additional expertise is needed. With your business interests at heart, our multidisciplinary approach results in efficiently managed processes and fully aligned documentation of transactions and workflows throughout the life cycle of your fund.
In-depth local knowledge
With offices in our four home markets and the world's major financial centers, our Private Equity team can provide you with a global perspective on your investment challenges combined with in-depth knowledge of local regulations. Thanks to our broad expertise with domestic and international transactions, our team is fully equipped to tackle all your private equity related legal and tax challenges.
ESG & Sustainable Investment
Sustainability is becoming an increasingly important factor in the decisions of investors, companies, consumers, shareholders and policy- and lawmakers. The broadly supported awareness for the Environmental Social and Governance (‘ESG’) objectives is reflected in many international voluntary standards as well as in an increasing number of European regulations to mobilise financing for sustainable growth.
How will the emergence of ESG litigation impact Dutch businesses? Based on recent regulatory developments and private enforcement actions, this trend report provides practical guidance when dealing wi