Barbara Nederhof

Barbara Nederhof

Kandidaat-notaris | Senior Associate

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Dutch
English

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Barbara specialises in company law, national and international mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and restructurings of both profit and non-profit organisations.

Qualifications & Experience

  • Professional Training Course for Civil-law Notaries
  • LL.M. Notarial Law (University of Amsterdam)
  • Houthoff advised Poiesz Supermarkten B.V., a chain of supermarkets in the Northern Netherlands, on the acquisition of Zorggroep Friesland B.V., sole shareholder of  Van Smaak B.V.. Van Smaak B.V. delivers meals to healthcare institutions and individual customers and has the whole relating process (including the purchase of the raw materials, processing and logistics) in house.

  • Houthoff represented Söderberg & Partners in the acquisition of a stake in Floreijn Groep B.V., a Dutch financial service provider. The acquisition marks Söderberg & Partners’ first expansion outside the Nordic region. Söderberg & Partners is a leading independent advisor and provider of insurance and financial products, with one of the largest independent insurance analysis departments in Scandinavia.
  • Houthoff represented Eli Global, LLC in the acquisition of all the outstanding shares in the Dutch life insurance company Nederlandsche Algemeene Maatschappij van Levensverzekering Conservatrix N.V.
  • Argos Group and Varo Energy merge, creating a major independent oil company in North West Europe with a workforce of over 1,500 employees and an expected total annual throughput of 16 million m3. Houthoff assisted Argos Group and its shareholders Reggeborgh and Atlas Invest in the envisaged merger with Varo Energy. Following the merger the joint company will be owned in equal parts by three parties: the current shareholders of Argos, i.e. private investment companies Reggeborgh and Atlas Invest; Carlyle International Energy Partners, an advisory fund which is part of the global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group; and international energy and commodities company Vitol. The agreement is subject to regulatory approval and scheduled for completion in the third quarter of 2015.

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