Our Financing team has extensive expertise in the field of financing transactions. We represent both (foreign) banks and large corporate borrowers. Most financing transactions are LMA based. Since many financing transactions are cross-border, we have close connections with leading foreign law firms. Besides by our in-depth knowledge of the various forms of financing, our team is characterized by its pragmatic approach, quickness of response and cost efficiency.
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Chambers Europe 2016 – Banking & Finance – Band 5
What the team is known for Solid firm with an active banking and finance practice, noted for asset finance, syndicated lending and payment services matters. Also active in banking litigation, and has a strong focus on financial technology.
Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
“Kennedy Van der Laan offers sound, high-quality legal advice. It has great sector knowledge and very capable lawyers.”
Work highlights Assisted RBS with a EUR150 million revolving credit facility agreement for Colt Group.
Assisted Cortland Capital Market Services with a USD33 million senior secured term loan facility agreement for Colt Defense.
Clients describe Joris van Horzen as a “hands-on lawyer with a sharp mind,” adding: “He understands the relationship between Dutch and US law and is able to articulate the differences.”
Significant clients Silicon Valley Bank, Raiffeisen Bank International, HSH Nordbank, Syntrus Achmea, Rocket Internet.
Legal 500 EMEA 2016 – Commercial Lending – Tier 4
The ‘pragmatic’ team at Kennedy Van der Laan is ‘very responsive and commercial in its approach’. 2015 saw the arrival of financial regulation expert Jan Broekhuizen from Boekel. Senior associate Joris van Horzen ‘is definitely a star’.
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