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Anthon Verweij

A.M. Verweij, PhD fellow in Business Studies and Insolvency Law at Institute for Tax Law and Economics, Leiden Law School
Anthon Verweij

Anthon Verweij is a PhD candidate at the Department of Business Studies at Leiden Law School where he is working on his PhD concerning Insolvency Investigations performed by Insolvency Office Holders. Anthon has participated in the Kosovo Insolvency Capacity Building Project which was funded by the European Commission and part of the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA) programme for Kosovo. Furthermore Anthon has taught several insolvency related courses at Leiden Law School.

Currently Anthon is acting as secretary of the board of INSOL Europe Academic Forum (IEAF). In addition Anthon was involved with the establishment of the Netherlands Association for Comparative and International Insolvency Law (NACIIL) and is currently a board member of this Association. Anthon also served as an intern at the United States Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of New York under the supervision of the Honorable Judge Elizabeth S. Stong. Click here for more information.

Key publications

  • The life cycle of Meccano: Business perspectives on corporate insolvency law. (2014) Kuijl J.G., Verdoes T.L.M. & Verweij A.M.
  • Bank Recovery Plans: Strengths and Weaknesses - How to Make a Boiling Banker Frog Jump. (2014) Verdoes T.L.M., Adriaanse J.A.A. & Verweij A.M.
  • Nieuwe economie: het faillissement van de wettelijke reorganisatieprocedure in zicht? (2012) Verdoes T.L.M., Adriaanse J.A.A. & Verweij A.M.