About Jurjen Mos

Jurjen Mos is a civil law notary specializing in corporate law. He advises Dutch and international companies on corporate law issues and compliance with the laws and regulations applicable to listed companies and trust offices. His practice includes restructurings, split-ups/split-offs, M&A transactions, employee co-determination matters, share and debt capital structuring, and internal governance structures. In addition, Jurjen regularly acts as company secretary for listed companies and trust offices.

Jurjen regularly speaks and publishes on corporate law issues and on corporate governance in particular.

Jurjen has been with Lexence since 2013. He received a master’s degree in notarial law from Universiteit Utrecht in 1999 and completed the postdoctoral specialization course in corporate structuring at Grotius Academie in 2006. In 2014 Jurjen was appointed as a civil law notary (Amsterdam).

Chambers (2019)
''Clients describe the team's approach as 'smart, thorough and commercially minded'.''
  • Chambers (2019): ''Clients describe the team's approach as 'smart, thorough and commercially minded'.''

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

  • Chambers (2018): "Active in a range of M&A mandates with expertise in both public and private transactions, with a particular focus on private equity matters. Clients include a number of key players in the mid-market, including companies in the media and technology sectors."

  • Legal 500 (2018): "Lexence’s 'swift, dependable' team has 'excellent knowledge', provides 'targeted advice' and is 'always willing to go the extra mile'."

  • Chambers (2017): "Established firm representing an expanding base of domestic and international clients, the team is distinguished by its strength in mid-market transactions. Advises across a variety of private equity and venture capital matters, including investments and M&A's. Notably active in the technology, telecommunications and e-commerce sectors."

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