Thomas Jacques

Associate, Brussels

Biography

Overview

Thomas is an associate in our Mergers & Acquisitions practice. He advises Belgian and international corporate clients, private equity funds and financial institutions, both in cross-border and domestic transactions as well as on all aspects of general corporate and corporate restructurings. His practice also involves advising start-ups and their investors on legal and business challenges.

Prior to joining White & Case LLP, he gained experience at law firms in Canada and Israel and at the National Bank of Belgium.

He holds a Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in economic law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Thomas also holds a Master's degree in Business Design from the Domus Academy in Milan, Italy.

Bars and Courts
Brussels Bar
Education
Master of Business Design
Domus Academy
Master of Law
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Bachelor of Law
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Languages
French
English
Dutch

Experience

Assisted private equity firm company Cobepa on the sale by Five Arrows and BIP Investment Partners of their minority stake in the Socotec Group to Clayton Dubilier & Rice.

Assisted Financière Colisée SAS in connection with the acquisition of Armonea Group NV, making it the 4th leader in the elderly care segment in Europe.

Assisted a European investment company in connection with its acquisition of a significant shareholding in a Belgian listed company. 

Assisted the investors of a Luxembourg listed company in connection with transactions on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange and regulatory requirements. 

Assisted a European investment company in connection with certain governance and structuring matters in Luxembourg. 

Assisted private equity firm Cobepa SA on the acquisition of a majority stake in Enoplastic S.P.A., a leading global player in the manufacturing of closures for the wine & spirits industry and the execution of a strategic agreement with the shareholders.

Assisted Monizze SA, a FinTech payment solutions provider and subsidiary of Up Group, on its acquisition of 50 percent of the shares in Springbok Media SPRL.