VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne starts off 2019 with swearing in two lawyers

WILLEMSTAD - Under the supervising eyes of family and colleagues Tjarda Tazelaar and Vin Soeltaansingh were sworn in at the Courthouse of Curaçao on Tuesday January 29. Both are working in the Corporate and Banking section at the Curaçao office branch of VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne.
Tjarda Tazelaar is a senior associate and an expert in the field of corporate law. He is specialized in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity and corporate governance. Prior to joining VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne in Curaçao, he was nine years at the Law firm VanDoorne established in Amsterdam, where he was part of the Corporate/M&A team. Though he was working as a lawyer for some time already, the swearing in was a special moment. “Very pleasant that after my swearing in in the Netherlands, I can now also call myself a lawyer in Curaçao.”
Vin Soeltaansingh is working at VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne as a junior associate since June 2018. For Vin the swearing in was also a special moment. “The swearing in naturally marks the start of one’s career as lawyer. I considered it extra special that I could experience the swearing in together with colleague Tjarda Tazelaar.”

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Balie Hof van Justitie Curaçao 14 en 15 februari alleen in de ochtend geopend

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International banks file formal complaint at Central Bank against closure local bank accounts

WILLEMSTAD – In a letter to the Interim President of the Central Bank of Curaçao and St. Maarten, Mrs. Leila Matroos-Lasten, the Association of International Bankers in Curaçao (IBA) files a formal complaint against the closing of local bank accounts of their IBA Members.