05 05 2016

Dutch private banks Theodoor Gilissen and Insinger de Beaufort to merge

Houthoff Buruma has advised Insinger de Beaufort in the recent intended merger with Theodoor Gilissen to create a new private bank with more than EUR 20 billion of assets under management.


Insinger de Beaufort, currently partly in the hands of BNP Paribas, will be taken over by KBL European Private Bankers, the company behind Theodoor Gilissen. Financial details were not disclosed and a name for the new bank has not been finalised. Theodoor Gilissen was founded in 1881 and has around 200 staff in Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Enschede, Groningen and Rotterdam. Insinger can trace its history back to 1779. It has a workforce of some 230 people in Amsterdam, The Hague, Eindhoven and London. Houthoff Buruma has advised Insinger de Beaufort on the deal with a team led by Willem de Nijs Bik (picture), assisted by Baukje Dreimüller, Harry Sanders, Edward de Bock, Jet Stolk and Laila Berrich. Involved fees earner: Willem de Nijs Bik - Houthoff Buruma; Baukje Dreimüller - Houthoff Buruma; Harry Sanders - Houthoff Buruma; Jet Stolk - Houthoff Buruma; Cameron Mitcham - Houthoff Buruma;

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