Jason van de Pol

T: +31 70 376 07 19
M: +31 6 46 23 30 60
E: jason.vandepol@barentskrans.nl
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Jason is active as an attorney at law in the (national and international) banking and finance practice since 2007. He advises financial institutions, other investors, borrowers and real property and project developers on documenting and structuring financing transactions.

Jason has ample experience in assisting with the legal aspects of leveraged finance, real estate finance, project finance, direct lending, asset-based finance and financial restructurings. He is also regularly involved in large scale renewable energy and sustainability projects.

Jason gives courses on several types and aspects of financing on a regular basis.

Before joining BarentsKrans, Jason has worked in the banking and finance practices of Loyens & Loeff and Baker McKenzie in London and Amsterdam. During his time in London he also worked at a large US investment bank.

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Great lawyer, very dedicated, top-notch legal advice but at the same time very practical and responsive.” Legal 500, 2021


  • Grotius Academy, post-graduate programme Finance and Security Rights (2016)
  • University of Groningen, Commercial and company law (2007)


Dutch, English

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