JasperBerkenbosch

Partner

Amsterdam + 31.20.305.4200

Jasper Berkenbosch, leader of the Amsterdam Business Restructuring & Reorganization team, advises companies in distress, funds, banks, and creditors on a wide variety of restructuring and insolvency matters, including insolvency proceedings, workouts, cross-border restructurings, and director and shareholder liability matters. Jasper acts as insolvency administrator in high-profile cross-border cases and is regularly appointed by the court as administrator and trustee in complex insolvency proceedings involving multiple jurisdictions in and out of Europe.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Jasper was partner at a global law firm for seven years. During this time, he advised and acted as administrator in cross-border restructurings involving Landsbanki, BenQ, BCCI, Celtic, and AXA Porto Kali. Jasper was also involved in a number of multinational restructurings in the real estate, pharmaceutical, and financial sectors.

He is a Fellow of INSOL International (International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals). Jasper is a board member of INSOL International (Dutch representative of INSOLAD) and a board member of the Netherlands Association for Comparative and International Insolvency Law (NACIIL).

Experience

  • Aurelius sells remaining Office Depot Europe business to strategic buyer RAJA GroupJones Day advised AURELIUS Equity Opportunities in the sale of Office Depot Europe, which includes the remaining Viking and Office Depot Europe activities to strategic buyer RAJA Group.
  • Ad hoc group of senior secured lenders advised in landmark restructuring of the syncreon groupJones Day acted for the ad hoc group of senior secured lenders in the landmark restructuring of the global logistics syncreon group which was implemented via English Schemes of arrangement, with chapter 15 recognition in the U.S. and CCAA recognition in Canada.
  • Oi Brasil obtains approval of recovery planJones Day represented the trustee of Oi Brasil Holdings Coöperatief, a subsidiary of the Brazilian telecom giant Oi S.a., who filed for bankruptcy protection in 2016.