Selma Baouch has extensive experience in corporate/M&A transactions, especially in the field of private equity transactions and venture capital. Selma advises multinational enterprises on their legal position and primarily focuses on national and international mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, shareholder agreements, international financial transactions and general corporate law issues.

Her further experience involves the conduct and coordination of due diligence proceedings, providing corporate advice and negotiating and drafting various corporate contracts. Selma is also visible in the M&A community due to her presence at conferences, as well as private equity and venture capital meetings. She regularly gives presentations and participates as coach and/or moderator.

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  • The Grotius Academy in Nijmegen, Post-graduate Specialisation Programme, Company Law and Corporate Law, 2013
  • Law Firm School, Post Graduate Legal Study, 2009
  • University of Amsterdam, MSc and BSc, Political Science (Doctoral), 2008
  • University of Amsterdam, LLM and LLB, 2008


  • Amsterdam, 2008

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Vice-President of the Dutch chapter of the European American Chamber of Commerce


  • Dutch
  • English
  • German
  • “We found Selma to be meticulous, diligent and forthright. She was an asset to our team and we are happy to work with her in the future. I would like to say that Selma has done a very successful job both with her open and sincere approach and her professionalism in managing the whole transaction process. During the entire process, Selma proved to be quick in resolving upcoming legal matters with her counterparts and in drafting additional legal documents where needed. During the final contract negotiations, she made a real difference by being strict while fair on key SPA items, all to great satisfaction of the seller.” The Legal 500
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