Sabrina Legerstee is an attorney-at-law (associate) at NautaDutilh's Amsterdam office in the Capital Markets department. Sabrina is involved in different equity transactions such as IPO's, sell downs and follow-on offerings in Europe and the United States. She also advises on debt offerings such as high yield bond offerings and issuing of short and long term notes under commercial paper and EMTN programmes as well as the establishment and updating of these programmes.
Sabrina graduated from Leiden University in January 2015 with a specialisation in both European Law and Corporate Law. She joined NautaDutilh in May 2015 and is admitted to the Amsterdam Bar. She completed the Law Firm School in 2018. Sabrina spent one year (2018-2019) in NautaDutilh's London office. Sabrina was also seconded as a legal counsel to Uber in Amsterdam in 2019.
Sabrina's recent representative transactions include assisting:
- The underwriters ING and Rabobank with the EUR 82 million offering of new depositary receipts in Fugro (February 2020)
- Pharming with its EUR 125 million convertible bond offering (January 2020)
- AerCap with its USD 240 million secondary offering and share repurchase (November 2019)
- Merus with its USD 79 million US follow-on offering (November 2019)
- The underwriters (a.o.) Morgan Stanley, Cowen and Company, Piper Jaffray & Co, JMP Securities and Wedbush PacGrow with argenx' (i) EUR 317 million NASDAQ IPO, (ii) first follow-on offering of USD 231 million, (iii) second follow-on offering of USD 300 million, and (iv) third follow on offering of USD 627 million of argenx, already listed on the Brussels Stock Exchange with a market cap of EUR 317 million and one of the biggest public biotechs in each European country, and argenx's subsequent equity offering ad USD 231 million (May and December 2017, September 2018 and November 2019)
- The underwriters Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, ABN AMRO Bank and ING in NIBC's IPO on Euronext Amsterdam (March 2018)With setting up and updating various significant parties' structured products programmes, debt issuance programmes, euro medium term notes programmes and commercial paper programmes (amongst which Daimler and Prosus) (since 2017)