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Andries Mak van Waay (1958) - Partner

Andries joined Mahler Corporate Finance as a partner in 2013. He has more than 30 years of experience working in the investment banking industry. He has worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers as Corporate Finance Leader PwC Netherlands, for Petercam the Netherlands as Head of Corporate Finance and for Rabobank Securities as General Manager. In New York he worked for Amro Bank as well as Pierson, Heldring & Pierson’s subsidiary Pierson Sal. Oppenheim. Additionally, he spent time in London working for CS First Boston.

Andries has been involved in a number of deals and projects in recent years. Examples include: strategic acquisition advisory for Dockwise Yacht Transport, the sale of footballcub AZ N.V. after the bankruptcy of DSB Holding, the sale of ATP International Group to Equistone Partners Europe Limited, sale of the co-insurance activities of AXA to Royal Nederland, the sale of an Italian production location of Akzo Nobel, transport & logistics industry deals such as the sale of United Tank Transport (UTT) to Interbulk Group Plc in a reverse takeover process, real estate industry deals such as the takeover of Multi Development Corporation by Amstelland, and deals in the financial sector.

Andries attended an Executive Program at NY University, USA.

Previous experience

Prior to joining Mahler Corporate Finance, Andries has advised on a wide array of transactions in various industries. Below is a selection of prior experience:

Royal FrieslandCampina

Advised Royal FrieslandCampina on the sale of the Elsterwerda (Germany) location to ODW Frischprodukte.

AZ Alkmaar

Advised on the acquisition of footballclub AZ by Stichting AZ Alkmaar following the bankruptcy of DSB Bank in 2010.

ATP International Group

Advised on the sale of ATP International Group to Equistone Partners Europe for EUR 93mln in 2008.


Advised on the sale of Endemol to a consortium of investors consisting of Mediaset, Cyrte Investments and a Goldman Sachs fund for EUR 3.1bln in 2007.


Advised on the sale of publicly listed AM NV to Koninklijke BAM Groep NV for EUR 1.3bln in 2006.