Van Campen Liem advised Südpack in connection with the acquisition of LPF Flexible Packaging B.V.

Van Campen Liem advised Südpack in connection with the acquisition of LPF Flexible Packaging B.V. (“LPF”) from the Clondalkin Group.

Since 2005, LPF was part of the Clondalkin Group, which is owned by Dutch private equity investor Egeria since 2016. LPF’s key competencies include the development and production of printed and unprinted duplex and tri-plexpackaging laminates, which provide highest product protection and prolonged shelf life for the most demanding applications. LPF mainly serves the packaging markets for food, pharmaceutical and technical products. Its customers include globally leading brands.

In addition to extensive product and industry expertise, LPF has extensive R&D and business development resources to support its strategy. Moreover, the company has a high quality base of machinery and infrastructure and is well-invested and supported by a highly skilled technical department. To ensure operational effectiveness, LPF’s processes are optimized for the production of high-quality laminated films.

The Van Campen Liem team consisted of Cees Kersten, Pepijn van Egmond, Martina Priekaar and Lotte Smit.

Cees KerstenPepijn van EgmondMartina PriekaarLotte Smit

 

 

Van Campen Liem is pleased to announce Saman Sadeghi and Martijn Stuart as new partners in Amsterdam

Van Campen Liem is pleased to announce the promotion of Saman Sadeghi and welcome Martijn Stuart as partners in Amsterdam. 

Saman SadeghiSaman Sadeghi has been with the firm since 2016. His practice primarily focuses on the representation of private equity and venture capital investors as well as high-growth enterprises and their founders on a wide range of legal and tax matters, with emphasis on deal structuring and venture financing. In addition, Saman also has experience in tax aspects of structuring PE and VC funds, including the managers’ remuneration package. He has a particular focus on transactions in the MENA region, with a strong track record in Egypt. 

 

Martijn Stuart joins as lateral partner from a reputable international firm. He is a corporate lawyer with 11 years of experience, dealing with cross-border and domestic transactions and other corporate law matters. Martijn specializes in M&A, with a focus on private equity and real estate transactions, joint ventures and restructurings. His clients mostly consist of investment funds and financial institutions, but he has also advised corporates and management teams. Martijn is admitted to the Dutch Bar and New York State Bar and has worked and resided in Beijing.

Van Campen Liem is proud of the continued growth of both the Amsterdam and Luxembourg offices, in particular through the promotion and hiring of talented professionals operating in key areas of practice of the firm. Van Campen Liem would like to congratulate Martijn and Saman for reaching such an important milestone in their careers.