Senior Investment Manager, Head of MENA DARP
Marijn Flinterman is responsible for the recovery and work-out of non-performing loans in connection with the Distressed Asset Recovery Program (DARP), which Omni Bridgeway manages in conjunction with the IFC.
Marijn joined Omni Bridgeway from ABN AMRO where he was a Director in the international recovery department, in which role he was responsible for the recovery of complex non-performing loans, including various high-profile bankruptcies, court-sanctioned restructurings (e.g. Chapter 11), wind-downs and fraud cases across the globe.
He also brings more than 10 years’ experience as a finance lawyer, both as Dutch qualified solicitor (NautaDutilh Amsterdam and Linklaters Amsterdam/London) and as in-house counsel (ING and ABN AMRO). In these capacities he has successfully negotiated a multitude of acquisition finance, project finance, and debt restructuring transactions across a wide range of industries and geographies.
Marijn holds a Master of Business Administration from INSEAD France & Singapore (Dean’s List) and a Master’s in civil law from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
He is fluent in Dutch and English and he understands German, Spanish, as well as basic French.
- Author. Expected surge of non-performing loans will increase NPL workload for banks’ remedial departments. Omni Bridgeway Insights. September 29 2020.
- M.J.C. Flinterman & A. Babiy. De corporate guarantee in Nederlandsrechtelijke financieringen. Tijdschrift voor de Ondernemingsrechtpraktijk (TOP) 2009, nr. 4.