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Yves Brosens

Yves Brosens

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Expertise

  • Asset & Acquisition Finance
  • Banking
  • Corporate Finance
  • Construction

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Profile
Yves Brosens has a strong background in acquisition, real estate and corporate finance and has advised on numerous joint ventures nationally and internationally. He has a unique expertise in PPP projects and export financing and is working with major banks and major corporates in this area.

He has completed large financing projects that have obtained awards on the international scene.

Yves Brosens is ideally placed to guide all the aspects of an international project from start-to-finish together with a team of expert lawyers and in close co-operation with a multidisciplinary team.

His international focus is primarily on Sub-Sahara Africa. He is knowledgeable about OHADA law and regulations relevant for projects in many countries. His main focus in this region is on infrastructure and investment projects. He is often in this part of the continent, following developments and opportunities and assisting his clients on-site.

Yves is regularly invited to be a speaker at conferences in relation to his areas of expertise.

Education

Corporate Tax (IPO Management School)
LL.M. (University of Georgia, USA)
Master in Economic Law (Université catholique de Louvain)
Lic. Juris (University of Leuven)
Areas of Practice

Asset & Acquisition Finance | Banking | Construction | Corporate Finance | Credit | Distributorship Law | Energy | Finance | Financial Services | Foreign Investment | International Trade | Joint Ventures | Project Financing | Railroad

Articles

Credit Facility and COVID-19 – Can I Invoke Force Majeure?
ALTIUS/Tiberghien, March 2020

Discussing the legal concept ‘Force Majeure’ in credit agreements – if it can be called upon, it has in principle a temporary nature and does not relief you from payment obligations. In general, force majeure is an unforeseeable and unavoidable event that occurs  after a credit agreement has been concluded (i.e...

Coronavirus - Can my Bank Suspend or Terminate my Credit Lines? What to Do?
ALTIUS/Tiberghien, March 2020

Balancing between your bank taking purely business considerations or being reasonable. We advise being proactive and approaching your bank. The Coronavirus is unfortunately a human tragedy that is affecting thousands of people on all continents. It has also a very serious impact on businesses worldwide and locally...

Help! My Business Needs Liquidity
ALTIUS/Tiberghien, March 2020

My business has liquidity needs... What can I do to keep this situation under control? As the coronavirus has already made a serious impact on the world economy, companies are faced with important liquidity needs. In uncertain times, easy access to cash can become rare. What can you do? First, approach what is probably your most clear source of liquidity, your bankers...

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