M & A in the Netherlands provides a complete and practical description of the legal and tax aspects of mergers, acquisitions, takeovers and joint ventures in the Netherlands.
By positioning the Dutch merger and acquisition practice in its international context, highlighting its peculiarities, and providing summaries of the Dutch labour law, securities law and competition law relevant to Dutch merger and acquisition practice, the reader will gain a thorough understanding of the necessary issues.
The work is fully annotated with a comprehensive index and is illustrated with diagrams of prominent examples of Dutch interest.
Written in a clear and authoritative manner, the work adopts a comprehensive approach and will prove essential, either as a textbook or work of reference to both business people and their in-house and external advisors alike.
The book's authors are members of one of the Netherlands' largest firms and draw upon their experience in merger and acquisition practice and also upon the expertise of specialists in the field.
- General Introduction
- Basic Legal Concepts
- Leveraging and Financial Assistance
- Negotiated Acquisitions
- Friendly Public Offers
- Hostile Offers
- Transnational Mergers
- Joint Ventures
- Securities Regulation
- Competition Laws