Thomas de Rave

Thomas de Rave

Kandidaat-notaris | Associate


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Thomas is gespecialiseerd in notarieel recht, healthcare en andere semipublieke sectoren. Hij geeft advies aan cliënten over het voldoen aan wet- en regelgeving inzake governance, inclusief sectorwetgeving in bijvoorbeeld de zorgsector. Thomas is verbonden aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam, publiceert geregeld over het ondernemingsrecht en is vaste auteur van het tijdschrift Rechtspraak Ondernemingsrecht.

Daarnaast vervult Thomas de rol van Professional Support Lawyer bij Corporate M&A.


  • LL.M. Notarieel Recht (cum laude) (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
  • LL.B. Notarieel Recht (cum laude) (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
  • B.Sc. Arbeids- en Organisatiepsychologie (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
  • Advised WeTransfer (The Creative Productivity Company), provider of an ecosystem of creative productivity tools, with its intended initial public offering and admission to listing and trading of its ordinary shares on Euronext Amsterdam.
  • Advised and represented Finqus B.V. and DSB Bank N.V. (in bankruptcy) on the sale of Finqus' loan portfolio with a purchase price of approx. EUR 1.5 billion to NIBC Bank N.V.
  • Advised Vivo Energy on a transaction with Engen which adds operations in eight new countries and 230 Engen-branded service stations to Vivo Energy's network.

  • Advised Vitol on its agreement with IFM Investors to acquire Buckeye Partners' 50% equity interest in VTTI, the leading global independent provider of energy storage. After completion, VTTI will be owned 50% by IFM Investors and 50% by Vitol.
  • 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.

  • Assisted Van Gelder Groep in the acquisition of W. van den Heuvel en Zoon Infra, a company specialising in Lightrail construction. W. van den Heuvel en Zoon Infra will continue operating as a stand-alone business, whereby one of the selling shareholders will act as the business manager.