Matthijs Brons

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Matthijs Brons

Partner | Lawyer

Matthijs has a corporate law practice with an emphasis on transactions. He negotiates and advises on commercial contracts, governance issues, joint ventures, management buy-outs, restarts, participations and shareholders’ agreements and handles mergers and acquisitions. In addition, Matthijs litigates and advises  on corporate law and civil law disputes.

Matthijs represents companies, shareholders, directors and investors and works for parties engaged in marketing, media, internet, software and property. Matthijs is a member of the Corporate Litigation Association and the Commercial Law Association and is a substitute judge at the District Court of Midden-Nederland.

T  +31 (0)20 30 35 960
M +31 (0)6 174 54 555
F  +31 (0)20 30 35 999
matthijs.brons@florent.nl

specialist areas

Corporate Transactions
Governance
Contracts

education

Dutch Law, University of Amsterdam. Grotius Academie, post-doctoral course in Corporate Law and Business Law (cum laude). Grotius Academie, post-doctoral course in National and International Contracts.

recommendations

Chambers Europe
Legal 500

Legal 500: ‘Matthijs Brons is a very good lawyer with superb knowledge of the important details in the M&A process. An outstanding leader of the team.’ (2021) We like the Florent Team for several different reasons. They are nice people. Talented, punctual, and with good knowledge and are successful at what they do.’(2020) 

Chambers Europe and Global: Matthijs Brons advises on public and private M&A transactions, assisting with both acquisitions and divestments. His commercial acumen is reputed among clients, one remarking that "he explains things well, thinks critically, is good at negotiating and has a good eye for deadlines." (2021)
Matthijs Brons is particularly noted by clients because "he always seeks for solutions to solve the issue as efficiently as possible." He represents prominent Benelux companies in strategic corporate transactions, in addition to assisting with joint venture agreements (2020) described by clients as a "fast thinker" who has "strong analytical skills and in-depth technical knowledge."