Loyens & Loeff announces that during the General Meeting of Shareholders, Bram Linnartz and Thierry Charon were appointed as members of the Executive Board. Bram Linnartz, attorney at law, has been voted Managing Partner. They succeed Marieke Bakker and Gert-Wim van de Meent, who will resumes their roles as partners in the international tax practice group and the competition & regulatory practice group, respectively.

Bram Linnartz, Managing Partner Loyens & Loeff: “We are proud of the trust that our clients place in us every day. It is not something we  take for granted. Our focus for the coming years will therefore be to continue adding value to our clients. By closely working together with them and also by continuously innovating. In addition, Legal & Tech, Diversity and Inclusion are high on our list of priorities.“

Bram Linnartz (1969), attorney at law, is a member of the Real Estate Practice. Previously he held the position of Chairman of the Board of Loyens & Loeff. He is a senior lecturer at the University of Amsterdam (School of Real Estate), a fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, and an alumnus of the INSEAD Advanced Management Programme.

Thierry Charon (1962), tax adviser, is co-head of Loyens & Loeff’s VAT, Customs & International Trade Practice Group in the Benelux. He divides his time between Loyens & Loeff’s Belgian and Luxembourg offices. Thierry is a Lecturer in VAT law at the HUB (Hogeschool – Universiteit Brussel), the Chairman of the European VAT Club and a member of the VAT Expert Group of the European Commission.