Margaretha (Greet) Wilkenhuysen Partner
Margaretha (Greet) Wilkenhuysen is a partner with the firm and the head of NautaDutilh's Corporate practice in Luxembourg. She specialises in cross-border corporate transactions, with a particular focus on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and international corporate restructuring. Margaretha also has extensive experience in corporate finance and the provision of corporate governance advice to listed companies. She represents both domestic and international clients in a wide range of high-end transactions.
- Basecamp with the sale of its property portfolio to Xior.
- Otis with the acquisition of the shares of listed entity Zardoya Otis and the issue of notes to finance the transaction.
- DIC Asset AG with the acquisition of three properties in Germany.
- Schwarz Group with the acquisition of the Luxembourg waste management group Lamesch from Suez.
What others say
- "Highly regarded" lawyer in Luxembourg and "Woman Leader" (IFLR1000, 2022)
- "Leading Woman in Business Law" (Women in Business Law Expert Guide, 2022)
- Ranked in Chambers Europe and Global (2022)
- "It's fantastic to work with Margaretha Wilkenhuysen." (Chambers Europe, 2023)
- "She is responsive, to the point and practical." (IFLR1000, 2022)
More about Margaretha
Margaretha obtained her law degree from KU Leuven in 1991. She also holds a master's degree in business and tax law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (1993) and an LL.M. from Duke University School of Law in North Carolina (1996). Prior to joining NautaDutilh in 1997, Margaretha practiced law for several years with another well-known law firm in Brussels. Margaretha was admitted to the Brussels bar in 1993 and to the Luxembourg bar in 2007. She is a native Dutch speaker and is fluent in English, French and German.
Margaretha publishes and speaks regularly on selected topics of corporate law. She is a member of the International Bar Association (IBA), the European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (ECVA) and the Duke Alumni Association.