Rolef de Weijs
Professor of national and international insolvency law, University of Amsterdam, lawyer Houthoff
Lawyer Resor, Amsterdam
Lawyer Jones Day, Amsterdam, PhD candidate Radboud University, Nijmegen
Partner Allen & Overy, Amsterdam
Partner DVDW Advocaten, The Hague
Senior Lawyer ABN AMRO Bank N.V., Chairman Legal Working Group Corporate Dutch Banking Association
Ministry of Finance, The Hague
Embassy Council for Civil Law, Copyright, Business Law at the Permanent Representation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the European Union, Brussels
Senior judge Rotterdam, WHOA pool
The board of NACIIL shall consist of an odd number of at least five and no more than nine members, mostly lawyers from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds.
Except for the first board, the board members are appointed by the general assembly from the members of the association. The chairman, secretary and treasurer are appointed as such. Board members are appointed for a maximum period of two years. One year is then the period between two consecutive annual general membership meetings. They shall resign according to a schedule to be drawn up by the Board. A board member resigning according to the schedule is immediately eligible for reappointment. As long as the vacancy has not been filled, the resigning member shall remain in office. Board members receive no (cost) compensations for their work.
The board is always open to comments and remarks about the NACIIL and to suggestions, for example for themes for workshops or for the annual meeting. You can contact the board via the contact form.