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About Valerie van Engelenburg - Sijberden


As a M&A lawyer -part of the corporate law section- Valerie is mainly involved in (international) mergers, acquisitions and participations. She also advises on (the drafting of) shareholders agreements and general corporate issues.

During her law studies, Valerie studied in the United States for a semester. After completing her master's degree in corporate law, she started her career as a corporate/M&A lawyer at one of the larger international law firms in Amsterdam. On April 1, 2018, she made the switch to Dirkzwager.

In February 2021 she completed the Grotius specialization course Mergers and Acquisitions cum laude.

Valerie is also a co-board member of the associates branch of the international network TELFA.

Recent M&A deals:
- the sale of the Krämer Group to Constructif
- the acquisition of MBS-BMC by Rupro Beheer (part of Rema Tip Top)
- the sale of De Staffing Groep to Axiom Partners
- the sale of Rubis Tankmed B.V. and Rubis Terminal Petrol Ticaret Ve Sanayi A.Ş. by Rubis Terminal SA (re the Dutch aspects of the deal)


Lawyer, Dirkzwager
International, Companies Mergers and acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Business law and company law, Participating interests Dirkzwager - Velperpoort
Velperweg 1
6824 BZ Arnhem

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Warranties and indemnities under Dutch law

Warranties and indemnities are often provided in the purchase agreement by the selling party for the benefit of the buying party in the context of a (share) transaction. What are warranties and indemnities and what is the difference between these two Dutch contractual provisions?