Mariëlle de Wild

Insolvency law Lawyer

Mariëlle de Wild

About Mariëlle

Mariëlle studied Dutch law at the University of Groningen and completed a master’s degree in Commercial Legal Practice at the University of Amsterdam. She has been an attorney at AMS Advocaten since 2017, where she primarily focuses on advising, negotiating and litigating in the areas of insolvency law and business and individual lien rights. Additionally, Mariëlle specialises in liability law, specifically the liability of executive and non-executive directors.

Insolvency law

Mariëlle is regularly appointed receiver in bankruptcies of SMEs. That position has given her extensive experience in insolvency law as a curator, but also from the perspective of the insolvent entity, its directors, shareholders, financiers and other stakeholders. This makes Mariëlle the lawyer of choice to assist clients in (impending) bankruptcies and/or disputes with receivers and director liability issues.

Specialisation courses

Mariëlle took the “Restructuring Expert” specialisation course in connection with the enactment of the Homologation Private Agreement Act [Wet Homologatie Onderhands Akkoord, or WHOA] in 2021.

Mariëlle is currently attending the postgraduate specialisation course in Insolvency Law at the Grotius Academy. This is the most comprehensive and complete postgraduate course in insolvency law.


Mariëlle is a member of the Netherlands Young Insolvency Lawyers Association (JIRA).

Areas of Legal Competence Register

In the Netherlands Bar’s Areas of Legal Competence Register, Mariëlle is registered for her principal legal areas under corporate law and insolvency law. Based on this registration, she is obliged to obtain ten training credits in each registered principal legal area per calendar year, according to the standards of the Netherlands Bar.

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Blogs by Mariëlle

Insolvency law in The Netherlands

Temporary Turbo Liquidation Transparency Law enters into force

The Temporary Turbo Liquidation Transparency Act came into effect (for a period ...

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Insolvency law in The Netherlands

Big Bazar bankruptcy: implications for landlords, employees and suppliers

Big Bazar was declared bankrupt by the Amsterdam District Court on Tuesday, 26 ...

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Insolvency law in The Netherlands

The first WHOA decisions are a fact

On 1 January 2021, the Court Confirmation of Extrajudicial Restructuring Plans ...

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