As a lawyer and curator, I experience the problems entrepreneurs may encounter when running their company. When giving advice, I always keep the interests of my clients in mind. An entrepreneur wants a solution that is best from an economic point of view: as much revenue as possible, at the lowest possible cost. Being right after a lengthy and expensive procedure is not always covered by this.
That is why I give real and clear advice so that my clients immediately know where they stand. Is a claim enforceable and, if so, recoverable? What are the pitfalls? Which route should we follow and what are the costs? I can think and act quickly, which is often crucial, especially in (impending) bankruptcies. After all, a company in dire straits has to deal with many risks, and a company’s value can diminish in no time.
Sander has been active as a lawyer and curator since 2007. As a lawyer, he has extensive experience in the fields of property and contract law. This includes drawing up and assessing contracts, entering into and settling finances, and establishing and enforcing securities, such as guarantees, pledges, and mortgage rights. Sander also continuously assists shareholders in starting up and unbundling partnerships and advises on restructuring and acquisition.
After completing his law studies at the University of Groningen, Sander completed various courses, including the Insolvency Law Course (RuG), the INSOLAD Insolvency Law specialization course (Grotius Academy) and the Financial Economics specialisation course for Insolvency Lawyers (Erasmus Academy). Sander is a member of the Dutch Table Round (RT3) and the Association for Insolvency Law Attorneys (INSOLAD). Sander is a partner at Yspeert.