About Hendrik Bennebroek Gravenhorst

Hendrik Bennebroek Gravenhorst has many years’ experience as a notary specializing in Dutch and international corporate law, with a particular focus on structuring and setting up investment vehicles institutions. He also advises on demergers, restructurings, corporate governance and the setting up of legal entities (NVs, BVs, foundations and associations) and international limited partnership/co-op structures, pension funds, private equity structures and M&A transactions.

Hendrik frequently publishes and speaks on the AIFM Directive, shareholder agreements, the ‘flex BV’ rules and management and supervision issues.

Hendrik has been with Lexence since 2016. He completed his studies in notarial law at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in 1997 and was appointed as a civil law notary in Amsterdam in 2011.

Legal 500 (2019)
''The team is also 'able to think about pragmatic solutions which is often missing from other firms'.''
  • Chambers (2019): "Increasingly active corporate team rising to the top band this year. Assists with mergers, acquisitions and investments. Clients include a number of key players in the mid-market, including companies in the media and technology sectors as well as leading local private equity houses."

  • Legal 500 (2019): "The team is also 'able to think about pragmatic solutions which is often missing from other firms'."

  • Chambers (2018): "The lawyers impress clients with their 'eye for detail, ability to think outside the box and practical way of handling difficult situations.' According to clients, the team is 'very impressive, pragmatic and very good in negotiations,' and 'they are also very responsive."

  • Legal 500 (2018): "Lexence’s ‘very knowledgeable’ team provides ‘closely tailored advice’."

  • Chambers (2017): "Lexence is an integrated, all-round firm. From M&A, financing, IPOs, employment and litigation, they could provide all the experts to serve us at the right time."

  • Legal 500 (2017): "Lexence’s ‘trustworthy’ department provides a ‘seamless service’ for its clients."