Hein Vencken

Advocaat | Senior Associate

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+31 20 605 69 95
+31 6 1847 3385

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Hein specialises in cross-border mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance. He advises parties such as strategic investors, private equity funds, boards of directors and supervisory boards. Hein also has experience in corporate and commercial litigation and previously worked at Houthoff's New York office in late 2016.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

  • Law Firm School (cum laude)
  • Pre-master’s Degree in Business Studies (University of Amsterdam)
  • LL.M. Dual Master’s Degree in Business and Law (Radboud University Nijmegen)
  • Houthoff advised Dutch online broker DeGiro on its acquisition by German online broker Flatex for a purchase price of EUR 250 million. With the acquisition of DeGiro, Flatex will become the leading pan-European online broker.
  • Advised Yarden, one of the largest funeral service providers in the Netherlands, and its two shareholders (the Vereniging Yarden and the Stichting Yarden) in the sale of Yarden to DELA.
  • Houthoff advised Albert Westerman Groep B.V. and the management of State of Art on the sale of a majority stake in State of Art to Quadrum Capital. State of Art, with a rich history dating back to 1936, is headquartered in Lichtenvoorde. The company has 40 retail stores and more than 600 official dealers. The transaction was completed on 23 September 2019.

     


  • Houthoff has assisted Twence, a waste processing company that produces energy, in the acquisition of Empyro. The Empyro plant produces pyrolysis oil, green steam and electricity from biomass by polygeneration.

  • 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.
  • InsingerGilissen Bankiers N.V. ("InsingerGilissen") and Lombard Odier (Europe) S.A. ("Lombard Odier") have entered into an agreement with regard to the acquisition by InsingerGilissen of Lombard Odier's Dutch private banking business. Upon closing of the transaction, the entire Amsterdam-based Lombard Odier staff will join InsingerGilissen, increasing assets under management by roughly EUR 1 billion.

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