NautaDutilh is an international law firm with offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, London, Luxembourg, New York and Rotterdam. Founded in 1994, the Brussels office has become an important player in the Belgian legal market, with the capability to handle the most complex cases. Focusing on seven sectors (financial Institutions, real estate & infrastructure, energy & natural resources, life sciences, BeTech, private equity and professional services) we are able to offer our clients tailor-made solutions based on a thorough knowledge of all relevant markets.

Latest NautaDutilh news

  1. Opportunity to touch base with M&A Centre partners

    Date: 07/06/2019
    In early May, Professor Mathieu Luypaert presented the results of the M&A Monitor. The large audience, of course, included our three Prime Foundation Partners, who are active in the Centre for Mergers, Acquisitions & Buy-outs. A perfect opportunity to touch base about their partnership.
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  2. Increase in acquisition prices in Belgium has come to a standstill

    Date: 16/05/2019
    It appears the merger and acquisition market in Belgium has reached its turning point. For the first time in six years, the sustained rise in acquisition prices has not continued. However the number of transactions did continue to grow, even though there were considerably fewer foreign acquisitions in 2018. Another striking point is that the acquisition of technology and attraction of talent are gaining importance as motivations for an acquisition. Finally, when it comes to the size of transactions, smaller acquisition deals are on the increase. These are the most important conclusions of the sixth edition of the M&A Monitor, an annual survey of more than 150 Belgian merger and acquisition specialists.
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  3. Acquisition prices in Belgium reach absolute record heights

    Date: 07/06/2018
    The Belgian mergers and acquisitions market gradually seems to be reaching its peak. It is not just the number of transactions but also the selling prices which rose for the fifth year in a row in 2017. The highest valuations are found in the real estate sector followed by pharmaceuticals, technology and healthcare. The demand is greater than the supply and competition is increasing. In addition, more and more foreign players are showing an interest in Belgian companies. In view of the anticipated further growth in 2018, there is a danger of overheating. These are the main conclusions of the M&A Monitor, an annual survey which involves over 150 Belgian mergers and acquisitions experts and advisers.
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  4. M&A Centre welcomes trusted advisor NautaDutilh

    Date: 10/11/2017
    “The opportunity to welcome top-tier law firm NautaDutilh to join us as a Prime Foundation Partner is an important addition to our M&A expertise”, states a satisfied Professor Mathieu Luypaert. Moreover, this partnership is a strategically important step for NautaDutilh as well. As Elke Janssens explains, “This is intended to enable our lawyers to further develop their role as trusted advisors.”
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