Mr.dr. Bastiaan Kemp appointed as endowed professor of Corporate Governance and Corporate Regulation
Mr.dr. Bastiaan Kemp has been appointed as endowed professor of Corporate Governance and Corporate Regulation as per 1 April 2020. The chair will be hosted by the department of Private Law. This new chair is intended to strengthen the Corporate Governance profile of Maastricht University.
Corporate Governance is a research field with a significant impact on society and remains subject to continuous international debate leading to notable developments. In particular, Bastiaan’s research will focus on shareholder powers in stakeholder-oriented governance models and ways to regulate the dynamics between shareholders and corporate leaders. The chair will also further strengthen the possibilities for students to become acquainted with corporate practice with an academic profile.
Bastiaan Kemp is a senior associate at the Amsterdam office of Loyens & Loeff. He has been extensively involved in developing and further improving the research and education strategy and initiatives of the Faculty of Law, currently as vice-academic director of the ICGI. He has also contributed to the Comparative Company Law course for several years and in the ICGI Masterclass for excellent Master’s students. Furthermore, Bastiaan has been engaged in teaching at other universities and at the postgraduate level at various faculties and professional organisations.
Read the press release on the Loyens & Loeff website.