Anthony initially focused on company law (including mergers & acquisitions and corporate litigation) as well as business law more generally.
In the meantime, he has built up a significantly broad expertise in the multidisciplinary field of public private partnerships (PPP) and other projects of alternative financing. In that respect, he assists both various federal, regional and local administrations as well as market leading construction companies and infrastructure investors.
He has been a member of the Brussels Bar since September 2001 and a partner at our firm since January 2015.
Anthony obtained a Master in Law degree (magna cum laude) from the University of Ghent in 2000 and a supplementary "Diplôme d'étude spécialisée (D.E.S.) en droit économique" [Specialised Study in Economic Law] from the University of Liège a year later (magna cum laude).
He is also linked to the "Administration and Businesses" research group at the University of Brussels (VUB), where he is a research associate.
Anthony is frequently asked to speak at seminars on PPP (including in collaboration with the Flemish Construction Confederation, Kluwer, Die Keure, IFE and the engineers' union ie-net). He also periodically gives guest lectures at the University of Brussels (VUB) and at KULAK's postgraduate real estate study program. Anthony is also a member of the Business Building Association (BBA) and Voka Metropolitan.
Anthony has authored several publications on public–private partnerships, including the book "Ondernemen met de overheid: publiek-private samenwerking" [Doing business with the government: public–private partnerships], published by Die Keure, Brugge, 2010, and the book "DBFM: la bonne à tout faire en PPP?" [DBFM: the benefits of doing everything as a PPP?], published by Larcier, Brussels, 2010.