Vincent Macq


Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Bastion Tower
Place du Champ de Mars/Marsveldplein 5
Brussels, Belgium

Tel: +32 2 504 7000


Vincent is the managing partner of the Brussels office and heads the firm’s corporate group in Belgium.

He is a leading M&A lawyer who specialises in public and private M&A transactions, and equity and debt capital markets operations.

Vincent advises Belgian and international corporate clients across a number of sectors, as well as financial investors on public takeovers, private acquisitions, privatisations and joint ventures, in Belgium and abroad.

Over the years, Vincent has developed a strong relationship with his clients, who come to him for boardroom advice and assistance in the early stage of strategic projects. His negotiation skills and expertise in leading and co-ordinating complex deals are second to none.

Vincent works hand in hand with the finance, competition and tax teams in Brussels. Thanks to his extensive experience in multijurisdictional matters, he is in regular contact with the broad network of lawyers at Freshfields and around the world.

Vincent is fluent in French, Dutch and English.

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“Vincent Macq ‘s ability to handle challenging multi-jurisdictional mandates impressed one client, who describes him as “very smart and creative” and notes how “he was able to manage the complexity of the deal.”
Chambers & Partners