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.

Education

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

Languages

Dutch, English

Recently from this specialist

Dutch Supreme Court confirms possibility to change the priority of rights of pledge (without releasing them)

On 9 April 2021, the Dutch Supreme Court has confirmed the possibility to change the priority of rights of pledge (pandrechten) in deviation of the prior tempore rule. A change to the priority of rights of mortgage (hypotheekrechten) (in relation to earlier vested rights of mortgage or rights in rem) is explicitly stated in the
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The first court rulings on the new Dutch Restructuring Act

Since 1 January 2021, a formal Dutch pre-insolvency arrangement is made available with the implementation of the Act on Court Confirmation of Extrajudicial Restructuring Plans (in Dutch: Wet Homologatie onderhands akkoord ter voorkoming van faillissement, “WHOA”), also known as the Dutch Scheme. It provides a restructuring tool to prevent insolvency of (partly) viable companies or
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Jason van de Pol contributed the Netherlands Chapter of Project Finance 2020 in ICLG

Our Banking & Finance colleague Jason van de Pol has contributed the Netherlands Chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) to Project Finance 2020 (9th edition). The ICLG to Project Finance covers common issues in project finance laws and regulations – including force majeure, collateral security, financial assistance, syndicated lending/ agency/trustee/transfers. The Country Q&A
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The Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) identify best practices for alternative interest rate benchmarks

From 1 January 2022 onwards, the Benchmark Regulation (2016/1011/EU) will be directly applicable in each member state of the European Union. As a result, certain crucial interest rate benchmarks, such as EURIBOR, LIBOR and EONIA, shall not be admissible in its current form. From that point on, new financial agreements and, in principle, also existing
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