Birgitta Van Itterbeek


Birgitta Van Itterbeek
PARTNER
Brussels


Monard Law Brussels

Tervurenlaan 270
1150 Brussels

Tel. +32 (0)2/234 67 10
Fax. +32 (0)2/280 47 79


Who is Birgitta Van Itterbeek?


Birgitta Van Itterbeek advises and litigates in the following areas:

 

  • Transport Law, particularly Aviation Law, with a specific focus on aircraft finance and leasing, regulatory and insurance matters
  • Financial Law including secured and unsecured financing, project, asset and structured finance, leasing and acquisition finance
  • Insurance Law, with a specific focus on directors’ liability and errors and omissions insurance, reinsurance and retrocessions and regulatory issues.

 

She regularly advises airlines, charter companies and lessors. She has also counselled Belgian and foreign companies, venture capital funds and banks on matters of acquisition finance and secured and unsecured lending and leasing. Birgitta regularly assists reinsurance and insurance companies.

 

Birgitta received her law degree from the Catholic University of Leuven (1988) and holds an LLM (1989) from the University of Virginia School of Law as a Fulbright Scholar. Birgitta joined the firm on 1 April 2012. Prior to joining the firm she was a partner at the Dugardyn & Partners office as of 1 September 2006. Before that she was a partner at NautaDutilh in Brussels and head of asset finance at Loyens in Brussels. Birgitta was also senior in-house counsel at Sabena, responsible for overseeing the fleet and financing of the Sabena group.

Birgitta regularly publishes papers on selected topics in the field of Aviation Law and leasing and is frequently invited to speak at seminars.

 

She was selected by Who’s Who of Aviation Lawyers and Business Lawyers as a world-leading Aviation Lawyer. She is a member of Women on Board.

 

She is a member of the Brussels bar.

 


Language skills
Dutch, French, German, English, Italian


Specializations

  • Banking, Finance & Capital Markets
  • Corporate
  • Liability, Insurance
  • Transport law