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17 October 2017 / press release

Loyens & Loeff and the IJE/IBJ are joining forces to initiate substantive cooperation

Loyens & Loeff and the Institut des Juristes d’Entreprise Belge (IJE)/Instituut voor bedrijfsjuristen are teaming up to share knowledge and experiences.

Loyens & Loeff and the IJE/IBJ are joining forces to initiate substantive cooperation

They have agreed to collaborate on topical legal and compliance issues, such as the legal issues surrounding Brexit.

Brussels, 16 October 2017

Marc Vermylen, Managing Partner of Loyens & Loeff Belgium, says: “We identify closely with the IJE’s new approach and strategy. We look forward to sharing our know-how with members of the IJE on a regular and structured basis.”

Ludo Deklerck, Director of the IJE, adds: Cooperation projects will be based on topics related to current news such as the legal issues of Brexit or subjects in the legal and / or compliance field, for example. These themes will be dealt with substantively and very pragmatically. “This is in line with the IJE’s strategy of working with quality partners to provide added value to our members.”

About Loyens & Loeff

A leader in its field, Loyens & Loeff is an independent law firm offering integrated legal and tax services. Loyens & Loeff has more than 800 employees and 110 partners in 13 offices in Benelux countries, Switzerland and the world’s major financial centres. In Belgium, Loyens & Loeff has more than 100 lawyers.

About the IJE

The IJE is a professional association for company lawyers with 2,000 members from 742 companies. Its aim, among others, is to offer its members a platform for the exchange of information on current legal issues.


For more information, please contact:

Karine Léon
Communications & Marketing Manager
T +32 2 773 23 20

Sonja van der Eijk
Senior Public Relations Executive
T +32 2 743 43 74

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