Harry Rek

T: +31 70 376 06 54
M: +31 6 53 31 31 18
E: harry.rek@barentskrans.nl
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Harry Rek (1961) started his career as a lawyer in 1985 and was a partner in large Dutch and international law firms. Since 1 January 2014 he is a partner in the corporate practice of BarentsKrans. Harry has extensive experience with complex international transactions, often a combination of M&A and strategic commercial contracts. He led transactions in the Dutch telecoms, energy and waste management markets, and in and outside the Netherlands for IT and media companies, as well as hotel transactions. In the Dutch market he is also active in private equity transactions, from small investments in innovative companies to complex exit transactions. He also advises start-ups and young businesses on their structure and commercial contracts, and more established companies on their corporate governance. Clients praise him for his practical “hands on” attitude, combined with sound business judgment and a good understanding of the commercial objectives of his clients.

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“Harry Rek, senior partner, is especially experienced and has top rate people skills in guiding his client to sensible decisions. Provides specific guidance as to what clients should do rather than merely pointing out options and risks, hence providing true advice.”Legal 500, 2021

“Under the leadership of Harry Rek, BarentsKrans handles domestic private equity and venture capital work for clients in the technology, biotechnology, safety and security industries.”Legal 500, 2021

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