Catrien Rozeman specialises in restructuring & insolvency and financial litigation, such as proceedings in connection with insolvency, debt recovery, enforcement of security rights, duty of care and other banking related subjects. Catrien also has experience with national and international financing transactions. She assisted a syndicate of lenders in the restructuring and refinancing of Royal IHC, including the successful implementation through enforcement of a share pledge before the Netherlands Commercial Court.
Catrien spent eighteen months in NautaDutilh's New York office, working on a wide variety of transactional matters with a U.S. law component. Previously she also worked on secondment at ABN AMRO Bank's legal Financial Restructuring & Recovery team in the Netherlands.
Catrien has published various articles on Dutch property law and insolvency law. She is also a lecturer on "Financing, Security Rights and Insolvency" at the Law Firm School.
Catrien has a law degree (with the highest honor) from the University of Groningen in 2009. In 2017 she completed the post-graduate INSOLAD/Grotius course on Insolvency law. In 2021, Catrien completed the training for legal mediation with the ADR Instituut. Catrien is admitted to the Amsterdam bar.