Van Doorne,associated with the Antillean law firm VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne, number 1

The in Amsterdam and London established law firm Van Doorne that is associated with the in the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba established law firm VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne, has become number 1 in the Incompany 100 of business magazine Incompany.

An inquiry was conducted for the 5th time on how customers evaluate their business service providers in 9 different sectors. The lawyers, notaries, and tax specialists of the firm received an average mark of 8.11, and with this, Van Doorne turned out to be the best of all service providers involved in the inquiry.

Blauw Research conducted the inquiry among 5000 business deciders by order of Incompany. A representative number of clients of Van Doorne have given 16 aspects of the services of the firm a mark. Those aspects are in the categories know-how, price, service, and result. Van Doorne scored superlatively high on especially services: 8.42. Onno Boerstra (former managing partner at VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne) and Hetty Fenton, that form the management team of Van Doorne, are proud with this result.

Van Doorne that was founded in 1930 is an independent Dutch firm of lawyers, notaries, and tax specialists that serves the top segment of the business market. Van Doorne is specialized in undertaking- and contract laws and works for Dutch and foreign large and medium large companies, non-profit institutions, and (semi-) governments. Van Doorne has firms in Amsterdam, London, Curaçao, and Aruba and concentrates on a broad scale of jurisdictions. Van Doorne employs a total of 275 people.

(Source: National Newspaper Antilliaans Dagblad / National Newspaper Amigoe)

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