New partners at Loyens & Loeff in Brussels
19/12/2016

Loyens & Loeff has appointed eight associates to join as partner on 1 January 2017. Four of them belong to the Brussels office. With the appointment of these eight partners, the number of partners globally will rise to 110.

The four newly appointed partners in the Brussels office are:

Nicolas Bertrand (1979), attorney at law, is a member of the Tax, Family Owned Business & Private Wealth practice group in Brussels. In an ever-changing and highly challenging environment, Nicolas has a very clear vision on the complex world of private wealth. His clients benefit from high-level advice on structuring assets, optimising family wealth and inheritances, and taxation. They consider him a trusted advisor and preferred partner on any strategic legal matter.

Ariane Brohez (1978), attorney at law, is a member of the Real Estate practice group in Brussels. She has particular experience in structuring real estate investments and financing, and is regularly involved in real estate transactions, handling deals from initial offer or term sheet to closing. Ariane is praised by her clients for her in-depth knowledge of their particular situation, pragmatic and solution-minded approach, and availability.

Koen Panis (1982), attorney at law, is a member of the Banking & Finance practice group of Loyens & Loeff in Brussels. He specialises in finance transactions, with a focus on asset finance and project finance. Koen started his career at Loyens & Loeff in 2006. His clients include financial institutions, large corporations as well as project developers. Clients appreciate Koen for his availability, creativity, industry knowledge and pragmatic approach.

Kris De Schutter (1980), attorney at law, is a member of the Employment & Benefits practice group in Brussels. He has a complete overview of Human Resources, whereby legal and strategic solutions go hand-in-hand. Clients appreciate Kris for his practical and creative solutions, and think of him as an indispensable sparring partner.

Marc Vermylen, Managing Partner of the Belgian office Loyens & Loeff comments: “These appointments are an accomplishment for both our firm and for each new partner individually. They truly embody our ambition to consolidate and further strengthen the high quality of our integrated tax and legal services. This is a very positive and promising development for the entire firm and for the Brussels office in particular.

 

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