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Van Lanschot pursues successful alliance with Egeria

Van Lanschot raises 100,000,000 with introduction of Van Lanschot Egeria III Feeder Fund.
 
For many years, F. van Lanschot Bankiers N.V. (Van Lanschot) has had a close alliance with Egeria in the area of private equity. Egeria, an independent investment firm, was established in 1997 by Peter Visser (a former Board member of MeesPierson) and members of the Brenninkmeijer family. The Egeria team is made up of professionals with extensive and robust networks throughout the Netherlands. They focus on private equity investments in medium-sized Dutch enterprises.
 
Egeria's leading expertise as a private equity specialist is an excellent fit for the high-quality and exclusive services that Van Lanschot is proud to offer its clients. This successful alliance is now being further developed with the introduction of a new investment fund, the Van Lanschot Egeria III Feeder Fund.
 
The Van Lanschot Egeria III Feeder Fund invests into Egeria III, Egeria's latest private equity fund. Similar to its predecessors, Egeria III will invest in Dutch unlisted enterprises, which will use the fund's financial injections to foster growth, and to carry out projects and acquisitions. Egeria exclusively acquires majority interests. After investing in them, it takes an active advisory role in its participations, creating value for their shareholders and staff, as well as for their clients.
 
The Van Lanschot Egeria III Feeder Fund is available only to clients of Van Lanschot Bankiers and Van Lanschot Kempen[1]. The fund targets top private wealth investors, the minimum subscription being  100,000. In total,  100,000,000 was available for subscription. The subscription deadline for the Van Lanschot Egeria III Feeder Fund was 4 July 2008. Given the extremely high level of interest from Van Lanschot's private clients, the available amount of  100,000,000 was allocated in full.
 
's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands,18 July 2008
 
 
[1] Van Lanschot Kempen is a trade name of F. Van Lanschot Bankiers N.V. and has been licensed to Kempen & Co N.V.
 
 
Van Lanschot Media Relations: Etienne te Brake, Press Officer.
Landline +31 (0)73 548 30 26; mobile +31 (0)6 125 05 110; e-mail e.tebrake@vanlanschot.com  
 
Van Lanschot Investor Relations: Geraldine Bakker-Grier, Investor Relations Manager.
Landline +31 (0)73 548 33 50; mobile: +31 (0)6 139 76 401; e-mail g.a.m.bakker@vanlanschot.com
 
Van Lanschot Private Investments: Marvin de Jong, Special Products Manager.
Landline +31 (0)73 548 85 80; mobile: +31 (0)6 224 15 519; e-mail m.dejong@vanlanschot.com
 
 
Van Lanschot NV is the holding company of F. van Lanschot Bankiers NV, the oldest independent bank in the Netherlands, with a history dating back to 1737. Van Lanschot focuses on three target groups: high net-worth individuals, medium-sized enterprises (including family businesses) and institutional investors. Van Lanschot stands for high-quality services boasting comprehensive advice, personalised service and customised solutions. Van Lanschot NV is listed on the Euronext Amsterdam Stock Market.
 
 
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