Daan Haeck and Luuk Bruna join Clairfield's Vondel Finance

13 October 2020 Consultancy.eu

Vondel Finance, the Dutch member firm of Clairfield International, has added two new partners to its ranks, lifting the size of its partnership to five. 

Daan Haeck specialises in mergers & acquisitions in the industrial and consumer sectors, focused in particular on deals in the food, hospitality, and agritech segments. He joined Vondel Finance from Deloitte’s Corporate Finance firm, where he latterly was a director, responsible for the consumer industry M&A practice. 

Before that, Haeck worked eleven years for Boer & Croon Corporate Finance, where he kickstarted his career. He joined Deloitte as part of its acquisition of Boer & Croon Corporate Finance. Notable deals he has worked on in the Netherlands include the acquisition of Over Morgen bij Arcadis, and the acquisition of Corendon by Triton, through its travel subsidiary Sunweb, creating one of the largest tour operators in the Benelux. 

Haeck studied General Economics at the University of Groningen and Corporate Finance at the University of Amsterdam. 

Daan Haeck and Luuk Bruna - vondelfinance

Luuk Bruna has been appointed partner and Head of Vondel Finance’s Technology practice. Over the past two decades, he gained extensive experience in the technology and telecom sectors, at his own boutique and at large investment firms. Ge joined Vondel Finance from Seasons Capital Partners, a TMT-focused boutique corporate finance firm he co-founded in 2015. Previously, he worked in M&A at PwC, and on the investment side at Holland Venture (now Holland Capital) and Cyrte Investments. 

Notable transactions he has been involved with include the sale of Buienradar to RTL, the sale of Drukwerkdeal to Cimpress and the sale of Corendon to Triton Partners. Bruna graduated in international economics from the universities of Maastricht (Netherlands) and Regensburg (Germany).

12-strong M&A advisory Vondel Finance has been part of Clairfield International since the summer of last year.


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