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Corporate / M&A

Closing the deal in a merger or acquisition: to reach that point successfully, the legal structure needs to be impeccable. Only then will an integration or take-over of companies have long-lasting effect. Our team will help you succeed.

News - 04 December 2018

(Non-)Equivalence of Swiss Stock Exchanges and Countermeasures

An Overview of (non-)equivalence of Swiss Stock Exchanges and Countermeasures
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News - 08 November 2018

IFLR1000 Guide 2019 – Ranking of Loyens & Loeff Switzerland

L&L Switzerland is included in the 2019 edition of the IFLR Financial and Corporate Guide for worldwide leading financial and corporate law firms.
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The Belgian ‘Cayman tax’ and its impact on wealth and estate planning in Belgium
Deal - 26 July 2018

Acquisition of Takeda Chromo by Shanghai Pharmaceuticals

Loyens & Loeff advised Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co. on the acquisition of Takeda Chromo Beteiligungs AG.
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Deal - 02 May 2018

Joint venture 12 Horizons and SIX Swiss Exchange

Loyens & Loeff advised 12 Horizons and its shareholders on joint venture with SIX Swiss Exchange.
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Belgian Fairness Tax partially violates EU law

Acquisition of full ownership of Patrón by Bacardi

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Thinking ahead

Interpreting and applying the specifics of your business in mergers and acquisitions is crucial to make you stay ahead of the game. Our team is highly specialised in doing so, focusing on designated business sectors such as real estate, energy and private equity.

Bringing together tax, legal & regulatory experts

In any given deal our corporate team involves experts from other areas such as tax, capital markets, litigation, banking, IP, employment and environmental law. This provides you with the best solution.

Combining global insights with local expertise

As for international transactions, we work closely with leading independent firms throughout the world. Regardless of your location you can rely on our specialists in Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands and Switzerland.