Annechien Daalderop is a member of the Fraud & White Collar Crime team (criminal law) in Rotterdam which advises and represents (inter)national companies, financial institutions, auditors and governmental authorities on matters concerning (anti-)money laundering, (anti)corruption, fraud, forensic investigation, sanctions legislation and environmental and economic crime (i.a. WED, Wwft, Sanctiewet, EVOA).
Prior to joining this team Annechien worked at the administrative and regulatory department where she gained a broad experience in administrative litigation regarding issues such as spatial planning, subsidy, food labelling, education, shipments of waste, and (inter)national sanctions and trade restrictions.
Before joining NautaDutilh Annechien studied at the University of Utrecht where she obtained her Bachelor's degree in Dutch Law in 2010. During her bachelor she also studied in London for one year. In August 2011 she graduated from the Master Criminal Law at the University of Utrecht.
She joined NautaDutilh in April 2012.
Annechien is a member of the Dutch Association of Young Criminal Defence Counsel (Nederlandse Vereniging van Jonge Strafrechtadvocaten) and of the Netherlands Chapter of the Women's White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA).
Annechien frequently writes articles for NautaDutilh's Compliance & Business Integrity blog, as well as for various legal journals. She also regularly teaches on anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing (Wwft) as well as on EU and Dutch trade sanctions. Her publications include:
- Daalderop a.o., 'Signals of irregularities: what should the in-house counsel do?', a chapter in the NGB issue VII: Fraud: Tips & Tricks for the practice of the in-house counsel, September 2018 (in Dutch) (the NGB is the Dutch Association of Company Lawyers)
- Van der Hoeven & Daalderop, 'The European 'Ukraine sanctions': an overview', in the Dutch Journal for Business Law Practice, April 2017, nr. 2 (in Dutch)
- Daalderop & Gawronski, 'Sanctions: enforcement & punishment', in the Dutch Journal for Business & Criminal Law in Practice, June 2015, nr. 3/4 (in Dutch).