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on its roll out in the Netherlands by acquiring and leasing various shop locations.
on the EUR1.05bn sale of its international bakery supplies businesses and activities including the CSM brand name to Rhone Capital.
on the approximately EUR4.9bn public takeover of the remaining shares of Ziggo (total enterprise value EUR10bn).
D.E Master Blenders
on its EUR7.4bn public takeover by a consortium led by JAB.
on the EUR1.17bn public takeover of Unit4Agresso.
The Dutch State (Ministry of Finance) in legal proceedings resulting from the nationalisation of SNS REAAL before the Enterprise Court in Amsterdam.
Rabobank in a multi-billion Euro liability claim filed on behalf of shareholders (VEB) for an alleged misleading prospectus issued by Fortis for a rights issue relating to the ABN AMRO acquisition for which Rabobank was one of the underwriters.
Eyeworks on the successful defence against an infringement claim by Banijay asserting that Eyeworks infringed the rights on one of its television show formats.
A German cable manufacturer in ICC arbitration proceedings against an Egyptian contractor for cables installed in the Egyptian dessert.
Delta in litigation against the Dutch State regarding the ownership unbundling of energy companies.
Governance & Regulatory
on the governance structure for its USD9bn public exchange offer for Orascom Construction Industries SAE listed on the Cairo Stock Exchange and simultaneous listing on the AEX.
on the successful reduction of a fine imposed by the Dutch Competition Authority (ACM) in relation to the (alleged) violation of remedies offered by Wegener while acquiring VNU newspapers.
on the establishment and structuring of a fund founded by entrepreneurs to provide growth capital to SMEs and start-ups through private placements and participations.
on the EC approval for the sale of its staffing operations in Spain, Italy,Switzerland, Luxemburg and Austria.
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News & insights
Publications: 21 APRIL 2020
This note discusses a number of issues and queries that are arising in the commercial real estate investing and lending markets in the Netherlands as a result of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.Read more
Publications: 16 MARCH 2020
Over the weekend, the measures taken by the governments of Luxembourg and the neighbouring countries have strengthened, including notably restrictions on border passing and a closure of restaurants,…Read more
News: 12 MARCH 2020
Allen & Overy has advised Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) on the first commercial mortgage backed securitisation (CMBS) under their Taurus programme to be backed solely by Dutch assets.Read more
Publications: 10 JANUARY 2020
The Dutch scheme (also known as WHOA), which is set to come into effect next year, will offer an alternative restructuring tool to the English scheme of arrangement and U.S. Chapter 11…Read more
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