Private equity is an important driver of the Dutch economy. Van Doorne’s private equity specialists have extensive and in-depth experience with guiding investment processes by private equity parties.
Advice for investors, management and banks
Private equity plays an important role in the Dutch market in terms of mergers and takeovers and it is an important driver of the Dutch economy, creating jobs and offering opportunities to business owners in realising their growth ambitions.
Our team offers advice to national and international investors, management teams and banks about important issues in the field of private equity - during mergers and acquisitions, investment processes and fundraising processes, management participations and leveraged buy-outs, for instance - but also about restructuring and reorganisations, exit planning, legal audits and tax structuring and planning.
We have a very strong track record in the mid-market segment where small, flexible teams are committed to offering pragmatic advice to investors about de-risking their investments or to business owners when raising funds through private equity.
This flexible, pragmatic and committed advice method is the result of years of experience, combined with specialist knowledge of the sectors and markets in which investors and business owners operate. A number of team members have developed a special niche that is unparalleled in the Netherlands and which relates to the advice for and support of management teams with regard to their co-investment in (larger) private equity transactions.
Based on a social commitment and the existing focus on and experience with technology companies and sectors in which (technological) innovation and disruption play a role, everyone at Van Doorne is actively involved in investment processes of start-ups and scale-ups.
Clients have inspired us to commit to a special Transactions in Tech collaboration: an integrated, multidisciplinary team that fully focuses on transactions and investment processes at technology companies.
If you have any questions or would like to receive more information on our approach to issues in this field, please contact Onno Boerstra.