David van Groen

T: +31 70 376 07 16
M: +31 6 15 43 58 09
E: david.vangroen@barentskrans.nl
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David is an attorney at law at BarentsKrans in the Finance team. He assists clients with domestic and cross-border finance transactions and (financial) restructurings. David counsels a broad range of clients, from financial institutions, alternative lenders and other investors to multinationals, corporates, start-ups and scale-ups.

David has a master’s degree in corporate law from the Leiden University, the Netherlands. During his studies, he worked at various firms and organizations, including the company law department of Leiden University.

Working experience

  • PROOF Adviseurs, internship (2020)
  • Leiden University, student-assistant Company Law (2019-2020)
  • Kennedy Van der Laan, legal assistent Corporate (2018-2019)

Education

  • Universiteit Leiden, Master Corporate Law (2019-2020)
  • Universiteit Leiden, Bachelor in Law (including Honours College Law, 2015-2019)

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