David specialises in commercial, financial and insolvency litigation. He advises and litigates for companies and national and international investment companies, with a focus on distressed situations. He is often involved in cross-border restructuring. Most notably, he was involved in the litigation concerning DSB Bank, OSX and Oi. In 2017, David was seconded to ING Bank as in-house counsel in the Commercial Banking and Global Restructuring Department where he was involved in various litigation and recovery matters.
He regularly lectures on a range of insolvency related topics and has been a lecturer in insolvency law at the University of Amsterdam for almost 10 years. He is also a teacher at the Law Firm School. David is Vice-Chair of the International Bar Association committee on Reorganisation and Workouts.
Qualifications & Experience
- Master's Degree in Dutch Law (cum laude) (Radboud University Nijmegen)