Suzanne Kröner – Rosmalen is Corporate Governance Counsel at NautaDutilh in Amsterdam. Her practice focuses on corporate governance, corporate structuring and in particular on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects affecting (non) listed companies and financial institutions. She has ample experience with M&A transactions in the financial services industry.
Suzanne is frequently asked by large financial institutions, pension funds and corporates to update them on the latest developments and to prepare for the implementation of rapidly developing legislation in the field of ESG and sustainable finance. She is intimately familiar with a broad range of regulatory matters having advised Dutch and foreign banks, insurance companies, investment funds financial institutions on the implementation of new regulations such as the Taxonomy Regulation, SFDR, CSRD and most recently the developments around the proposed directive on corporate sustainability due diligence.
Suzanne also assists financial institutions in dealings with regulators such as policyholder screenings, governance related investigations, remuneration and has in debt knowledge of the applicable regulatory frameworks.
As a member of NautaDutilh's Sustainable Business and Climate Change team, Suzanne assists corporates and financial institutions with their dealings around ESG-related challenges and she also takes part in several network initiatives discussing the challenges corporates are facing in this field.
Furthermore, Suzanne is very active in hosting webinars and acting as moderator and speaker on a variety of information sessions on the implementation of the Sustainable Finance Package and discussing ESG strategies. Suzanne also lectures and published on regulatory and sustainable finance topics, most recently on the Sustainable Finance Action Plan and the SFDR.