Overview

Hannelore is an associate who specialises in corporate M&A.

She has a particular focus on (cross-border) restructuring work (distressed or not) and transactions in the regulated industries, having assisted sellers, buyers as well as management in a variety of sectors, including agriculture, renewable energy, life sciences and insurance. She also has experience in handling complex corporate litigation cases ranging from corporate governance conflicts to restructuring matters.
 
Hannelore has been seconded as a corporate counsel to an international renewable energy producer headquartered in Belgium.

Languages

Dutch, English, French

Recommendations 

  • Legal 500 for Corporate/M&A
  • IFLR1000 – M&A (Rising Star)

Education

  • University of Leuven, Master of Corporate Law, 2018
  • King's College, London, LL.M. in Competition Law, 2013
  • Universities of Oslo and Leuven, Master of Laws, 2012
  • Universities of Brussels and Leuven, Bachelor of Law, 2010

Bar Admission

Brussels

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    • 14/05/2020
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    Covid-19 | Extension of temporal scope of Royal Decree on temporary protection measures for enterprises

    On 13 May 2020, the Belgian Federal Government extended the temporal scope of the Royal Decree on temporary protection measures for enterprises (the Decree) from 17 May 2020 until 17 June 2020. The Decree was adopted on 24 April 2020 and grants an automatic moratorium during which enterprises are protected against (i) bankruptcy, judicial dissolution and transfers under judicial authority, (ii) attachments and enforcement measures, and (iii) termination of existing contracts due to non-payment. In addition, new credit lines provided during the moratorium and the security interests or acts that are implemented in execution of such new credit lines, will be protected against subsequent bankruptcy. The automatic moratorium period initially applied until 17 May 2020, but has now been extended until (and including) 17 June 2020. More information on the temporary protection measures can be found in our memorandum of 27 April 2020.

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    • 27/04/2020
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    Covid-19 | Royal Decree on temporary protection measures for enterprises

    On 24 April 2020, the Belgian Federal Government has adopted a Royal Decree concerning the temporary suspension, for the benefit of enterprises, of enforcement measures and other measures during the Covid-19 crisis (the Decree). In summary, the Decree grants an automatic moratorium from 24 April 2020 until 17 May 2020 (subject to prolongation), during which enterprises are protected against (i) bankruptcy and judicial dissolution, (ii) attachments and enforcement measures; and (iii) termination of existing contracts due to non-payment. In addition, new credit lines provided during the moratorium and the security interests or acts that are implemented in execution of such new credit lines, will be protected against subsequent bankruptcy. With decades of expertise in strategic negotiations for companies facing financial difficulties and in judicial reorganisations, our M&A and restructuring team will be happy to assist you in identifying solutions. For more detailed information, please see our memo attached.

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