Gaike Dalenoord

Portrait of Gaike
Gaike Dalenoord specialises in corporate and securities law, with a particular focus on private equity. He has extensive experience in international mergers, acquisitions, capital markets and restructurings, acting for companies active in the chemicals sector and hydrogen developments in Europe in particular. An interview in our own CSR Report 2022 illustrates our contribution to the hydrogen mission he stands for.
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  • Work highlights
    • Advised include the reversed merger/listing by EV-charging company Allego into a US SPAC
    • Advised on Air-France merger with KLM
    • Advised on Bain Capital's acquisition of DSM Sinochem Pharmaceuticals
    • Advised on Toray's acquisition of TenCate Advanced Composites
    • Advised o Intel Capital's €3.3bn investment in ASML
    • Advised on HERE (Joint venture of Audi, BMW and Daimler Technology)
    • In the field of chemistry and hydrogen, he acts, among others, for Nouryon, Vopak and Nobian
    • For the latter, he assisted in setting up HyCC, the hydrogen joint venture with Macquarie's Green Investment Group. HyCC is well known in almost all projects around building large electrolyzers in the Netherlands and beyond
    • Gaike's team participated in the public consultation regarding the design of the Dutch Hydrogen market
    • Another example is the early stage investment by Vopak in Hydrogenious, a corporate venture transaction structured by Gaike and his team
  • What others say

    Chamber & Partner edition 2018 refers to Gaike as an 'eminent practitioner' in the field of private equity with 'an extensive network and impressive roster of clients, having forged a respected name within the private equity market'.

    Legal 500 calls him 'very smart, proactive, solutions-driven and commercially focused'.

  • Qualifications

    Gaike graduated from the University of Groningen in 1995 and joined NautaDutilh in the same year.

    For a number of years, Gaike was managing partner at our firm. He was also managing partner of our London office for more than four years. He is an enthusiastic advocate of inclusion both inside and outside our firm, actively promoting neurodiversity in particular.

    He completed postgraduate programmes in corporate law and securities law (cum laude) and spent almost three years at our former offices in Singapore and Jakarta.

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