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Naomi Reijn

Senior Associate

Amsterdam

Reijn Naomi
Naomi Reijn

Senior Associate

Amsterdam

Naomi focuses primarily on incentives within financial institutions and listed companies, from both a regulatory as well as a corporate perspective. Furthermore, she is experienced in employment law and securities law. From August 2015 until December 2015, she was on an in-house client secondment at NLFI, the shareholder of ABN AMRO Bank, SNS, ASR and Propertize. Naomi is part of the Financial Markets Regulation Practice group.

News & insights

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News: 16 SEPTEMBER 2021

Allen & Overy advises Oesterreichische Kontrollbank on USD1.75 bn notes issue

Allen & Overy has advised Oesterreichische Kontrollbank on legal aspects of its issue of USD1.75 billion 0.500% guaranteed global notes due 2024. The notes are guaranteed by the Republic of Austria…

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Publications: 10 SEPTEMBER 2021

Lessons learned on taking security in a commodity finance transaction

In the first article of our Legal Watch Series with Global Trade Review (GTR), Catherine Lang-Anderson and Brandon O’Neil discuss the steps banks can take to manage risk when taking security in a…

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Publications: 06 SEPTEMBER 2021

FCA product value findings

Practical considerations.

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News: 06 SEPTEMBER 2021

Advising the founders of L.A.B. Cosmetics on the company’s sale to Oakley Capital/WindStar

Allen & Overy has advised the founders of L.A.B. Cosmetics GmbH & Co. KG (L.A.B.), a leading provider of ‘clean beauty’ products, both on the sale of the company to WindStar Medical GmbH (WindStar), a…

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Amsterdam

Allen & Overy LLP
Apollolaan 15
1077 AB Amsterdam

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as lawyer, Netherlands, 1999

Listed in the register of legal practice areas of the Dutch Bar Association for arbeidsrecht