Simont Braun unveils new logo and designs

As we are now (more or less) allowed to go out again… Simont Braun is happy to also release its new logo!

 

Simont Braun’s new logo is designed to be a reflection of the firm’s evolution while preserving our fundamentals.

We wanted to keep the green, Simont Braun’s historic colour, as it represents balance and progress, but we made it more intense and modern. We also added our secondary colour: the orange. This colour is a symbol of creativity, communication and energy, which embodies perfectly the evolution Simont Braun has experienced in recent years,” explains Nelly Chammas, Communication & Marketing Manager.

The new logo also reinvents our famous vertical line, this time as a link between Simont and Braun.

We are delighted with this new design which embodies the firm’s values with a spirit of freshness, modernity and continuity,” adds Béatrice Thieffry, co-Managing Partner.

Simont Braun’s rebranding includes a top-to-bottom redesign of the company’s communications, brochures, news, etc.

Simont Braun worked on this new logo with the cooperation of the graphic design agency McArnolds.

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Simont Braun is a Belgian leading independent law firm, offering high-end expertise to national and international clients in all areas of business law: Corporate M&A, Banking & (Digital) Finance, Intellectual Property, IT, Data Protection, Commercial and Contract law, Real Estate and Construction, Public and Administrative law, Tax Law and Labour law. Simont Braun also has in-depth experience in dispute resolution (including arbitration, mediation and Supreme Court litigation).

Simont Braun’s Open Office Day – 13 February 2020

Simont Braun is happy to invite law students in M1, M2 and LL.M. to its Open Office Day on Thursday 13 February 2020 at 5:15 pm.

After short presentations on our main practices and the work environment at Simont Braun, partners and associates will be happy to have a chat over a drink.

See the official invitation here.

Programme
5:15 Welcome
5:30 Presentations
6:30 Drinks & Bites

Please register before Monday 10 February 2020 at event@simontbraun.eu 

We would also be delighted to receive your CV ahead of the event.

Address
Simont Braun – Avenue Louise 149, 20th floor – 1050 Brussels – Map

How to get here?
Trams 8, 93 (stop Defacqz) – Tram 81 (stop  Bailli/Baljuw)
Metro stop at Louise/Louiza + 10 min. walk or tram 8, 93
By car:
– Open parking on Avenue Louise
– Parking in the surrounding streets

Invitation Open Office Day Simont Braun – 13.02.2020

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For any information, please contact Nelly Chammas.

Simont Braun headed to Zeeland for the weekend

Simont Braun headed to Zeeland for the weekend: beach, bike and barbecue in the sun… Just enjoying some refreshing moments with the entire team!

     

     

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Jacques Malherbe speaks about tax regularisation and remittances at IFE Belgium

Jacques Malherbe will speak about tax regularisation and remittances at the conference “Lutte contre le blanchiment – Compliance” held by IFE Belgium on 20 & 21 May in Brussels.

The programme is available here.

 

Catherine Houssa takes part in Belgian State visit in South Korea

Catherine Houssa took part in the Belgian State Visit to the Republic of Korea, presenting the Belgian FinTech regulatory landscape to Korean FinTech companies and startups in Seoul. An opportunity to place Belgium at the centre of Europe, and to discover striking differences between the Belgian and Korean most popular FinTech activities.

PropTech Lab x Simont Braun Breakfast seminar at the MIPIM 2019

This Wednesday, Simont Braun hosted the PropTech Leaders Breakfast on “Innovations in the cities and the role of public authorities to foster innovations in real estate and urban development” at the MIPIMWorld. Full house and outstanding speakers.

Thank you to PropTech Lab (Belgium), and Tariq Bsharat, Masterplan developer for Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, Katarzyna Gruszecka – Spychała, Deputy Mayor of Gdynia, Poland, Cécile Jodogne, State Secretary of Brussels Capital Region, Ricardo Veludo, Director at The Affordable Rents Project, Lisbon, and Arjan Dingste, Director at UNStudio, The Netherlands.

Our Digital Finance Team hosted the Vlerick FinTech Bootcamp

Yesterday, Simont Braun’s Digital Finance Team hosted the Vlerick FinTech Bootcamp. Philippe De Prez highlighted the impact of regulation on FinTech ventures and the students had the chance to hear 8 FinTechs pitching: Ibanity, DigiTribe, Accountable, POM, Itsme Belgian Mobile ID, 0smosis and GAMBIT.

Thank you to Bjorn Cumps from Vlerick Business School and FinTech Belgium for their trust.

The Simont Braun Train has arrived at the MIPIM 2019!

Cette année encore, le cabinet d’avocats Simont Braun a organisé un voyage en train pour les Belges qui se rendent au MIPIM à Cannes.

Une initiative lancée en 2017 déjà. ‘A l’origine motivé par une conscience écologique grandissante avant la lettre, c’était aussi l’occasion de créer un événement… autour de l’événement,’ explique Thomas Braun, à l’initiative du projet. Et le succès ne s’est pas fait attendre : le « Train Simont Braun 2019 » est complet depuis le mois de décembre.

Les participants sont enthousiastes : la formule est pratique et conviviale, le déjeuner offert à bord, et les voyageurs ont l’occasion de rencontrer, en plus petit comité, un panel varié de professionnels de l’immobilier avant le bain de foule à Cannes, et d’en débriefer lors du trajet retour.

A l’heure où l’on marche pour le climat tous les jeudis, voilà une démarche qui s’inscrit dans l’air du temps. Quand on sait que le MIPIM attire près de 2000 belges chaque année et que moins de 8h suffisent pour s’y rendre en train, reste à espérer que le « Train Simont Braun » inspirera même les plus pressés.

Pour plus d’informations sur l’édition 2020, veuillez contacter Thomas Braun – thomas.braun@simontbraun.eu

International Women’s Day at Simont Braun

As a founding member of the Legal Diversity & Inclusion Alliance, Simont Braun celebrated the International Women’s Day by quizzing its lawyers on women’s achievements across centuries. Did you know that women were not allowed to become lawyers in Belgium until 1922? And that both the circular saw and wipers were invented by women?