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Capital Markets: Equity — Netherlands


Allen & Overy LLP - Capital Markets Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Tim Stevens and Gerard Kastelein
- 4 partners
- 10 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Outstanding practice across the range of capital markets work. Popular with Dutch listed companies, shareholders, insurance funds and international banks. Highly regarded for IPOs, CDOs, debt issuance programmes and portfolio transactions. Acts for underwriters, bookrunners and issuers on accelerated bookbuildings, derivatives and securitisation transactions. Highly active on MTN programmes, covered bonds, structured bonds and hybrid bond issuances, and is noted for its work in regulatory matters. Benefits from a large global network, and has a strong name in cross-border deals.

Strengths Clients praise the team's "good technical abilities coupled with a can-do mentality," adding that the combination gives the team "the ability to help us in all of our important markets."

Commentators describe the team as "one of the top firms for equity capital markets in the Netherlands," while others note the firm's leading position in DCM transactions, adding: "They are a strong team."

Work highlights Advised Ahold on issuing new shares and a listing on Euronext Amsterdam and Brussels following the company's merger with Delhaize.

Assisted Aegon with the establishment of a borrowing base funding facility for residential mortgage loans.

Significant Clients D.E. Master Blenders, OCI, Randstad, ABN AMRO, Wolters Kluwer.

Notable practitioners

Gerard Kastelein is highly esteemed for his work on securitisation transactions, representing clients in CDOs, covered bonds transactions and derivatives. Interviewees report that he is "a very pragmatic and pleasant guy" and highlight that "he always has an answer." Kastelein represented Goldman Sachs in the acquisition of a portfolio of bilateral loans, secured against commercial real estate.

Tim Stevens is a long-standing market leader in the field of equity offerings, as well as public and private M&A. He also advises on securities law mandates. Clients enthuse that he is "one of the best in the market" and highlight his ability to talk clients through very complex issues in a short space of time. Stevens acted for Van Lanschot on Delta Lloyd's disposal of its EUR200 million shareholding in Van Lanschot.

Jonathan Heeringa is highly regarded for advising banks and insurance companies on convertible bond issues, debt programmes and tender offers. One commentator enthuses that he is "knowledgeable and a pleasure to work with," while another source describes Heeringa as "diligent, a clear communicator and he always understands our objectives." He assisted KPN with a tender offer for EUR1 billion outstanding notes and a new notes issue of EUR1.25 billion.

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Clifford Chance LLP - Capital Markets Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Jurgen van der Meer, Pieter van Welzen and Hans Beerlage
- 5 partners
- 17 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Market-leading team for debt, equity and securitisation matters, including transactional and regulatory issues. Excellent reputation for IPOs, convertible bond issues, structured finance and hybrid capital. Represents banks, brokers and insurers in share buy-backs, private placements and stock exchange listings. Boasts a strong securities practice, advising on CLO transactions, car lease securitisations and RMBS, as well as derivatives matters. Advises on MTN issuances and trade receivables mandates, on behalf of both private equity companies and high net worth individuals. Able to advise on cross-border matters, thanks to the firm's strong global network.

Strengths Clients appreciate that the team is "very pragmatic and businesslike" and add that "their advice is always highly actionable, displaying that they invest a lot of time in getting a good understanding of the business, so it feels like an extension of our team." The team is also praised for its "young, fresh, contemporary approach to boardroom advising."

The "top-notch" team is also lauded by clients for its "broad knowledge," and they add that the firm is "well connected in the Dutch corporate landscape."

Work highlights Acted for NLFI as a selling shareholder in relation to ASR Nederland's IPO and stock exchange listing.

Represented Société Générale as arranger in several bond issues by Vonovia Finance, totalling EUR2 billion in value.

Significant Clients J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs, LeasePlan, Deutsche Bank, Flow Traders.

Notable practitioners

Pieter van Welzen is highly reputed in the areas of asset-based financing, structured finance and secured lending. He has a strong focus on securitisation matters. Clients appreciate that he "combines technical knowledge with market expertise" and that he is "very approachable and clear in his communication." He assisted ABN AMRO with the removal of a swap structure from its covered bond programme.

Senior counsel Tineke Kothe typically advises clients on hybrid instruments and debt offerings. Kothe is also active on financial services regulatory matters. She advised Rabobank as the arranger on Koninklijke DSM's fixed-rate notes issuance worth EUR750 million. Clients value that she is "very easy to work with, has an efficient business approach and provides good service."

According to clients, Jurgen van der Meer is "pragmatic and hands-on" and seeks "to build wider client relationships." He has a strong regulatory practice, acting for banks and insurance companies and advising on DCM and securities matters. He acted for UniCredit Bank as arrangers on the creation of Saipem's EUR2 billion EMTN programme.

Hans Beerlage represents clients in capital markets transactions, including public M&A and securities transactions. Clients praise his experience in ECM matters and underline his ability to "think holistically."

Han Teerink is an up-and-coming lawyer specialising in ECM. He assists listed companies with public and private M&A and recently acted for the shareholders on Flow Traders' EUR186.4 million sale of its shares through an accelerated bookbuilding process. One client praises Teerink's experience in the field and says that he is "a really good lawyer that we like to work with."

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De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek - Capital Markets Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Head of department: Jan Willem Hoevers
- 5 partners
- 15 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Highly esteemed for ECM matters, with notable expertise in IPOs, bond and share issues, rights offerings, stock exchange listings and convertible bonds. Has a focus on financial markets regulation and other regulatory issues linked to capital markets, and additionally handles DCM matters. Represents a range of banks, private equity funds and corporate and public sector clients, acting as both issuers' and underwriters' counsel. Frequently appointed as Dutch counsel in multinational deals.

Strengths One client particularly highlights the firm's ability to handle matters involving political pressure or which are under the media spotlight, saying: "In addition to getting the bread and butter work right, they were well aware of and very sensitive to these issues, which was a great help."

Clients enthuse that the lawyers are "experts in their field who are also reliable, responsive and nice to work with."

Work highlights Represented Takeaway.com in its IPO on Euronext Amsterdam, which took the company to an enterprise value of EUR849 million.

Advised Patheon on its EUR718 million IPO and listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

Significant Clients ABN AMRO, Philips, HAL Trust, Rabobank, Altice.

Notable practitioners

Clients enthuse that Jan Willem Hoevers is "totally on top of his game" and are particularly keen to underline that he is a "very pleasant person to deal with, with a good sense of humour." Others highlight that he is "very intelligent and has good knowledge of technical details," while one client concludes that he is "one of the best ECM lawyers in the Netherlands." He is particularly popular with financial institutions for advice on buy-backs and cross-border ECM transactions. He acted for BAM on a EUR125 million convertible bonds placement.

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Houthoff - Capital Markets Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Alexander Kaarls and Jetty Tukker
- 6 partners
- 25 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Joins the rankings this year on the back of excellent client feedback. Boasts a strong ECM offering, advising on IPOs and share offers. Represents issuers, selling shareholders and underwriters and assists with both domestic and cross-border listings. Department recently joined by partner and practice co-head Jetty Tukker, strengthening the ECM practice.

Strengths Clients laud the team's "in-depth specialist knowledge and hands-on mentality in dealing with matters," adding that they are "very responsive" and "ensure that all considerations are being explored."

Sources also highlight the department's "very high capabilities" and "commitment to the project."

Work highlights Advised Reggeborgh as an investor on the VolkerWessels' IPO on Euronext Amsterdam.

Represented The Internet of Cars in its public tender offer for a controlling stake in DOCDATA.

Significant Clients Entertainment One, TMF Group, Mota-Engil Africa, Sligro, Goodyear.

Notable practitioners

Praised by clients as a "very diligent" adviser, Jetty Tukker is an experienced ECM lawyer and assists with IPOs, takeovers and share issues. She represented Ronson Europe and its shareholder Luzon Group in buying back in the region of 40% of its shares from Global City Holdings. One interviewee commends her client-oriented approach, saying: "She delivers all that is expected in the best possible way."

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Clients - from issuers to underwriters and investors - value Houthoff's in-depth knowledge
of the transactional, compliance and regulatory issues and dynamics that affect their business. Houthoff advises on all capital markets matters, including IPOs, secondary offerings, rights issues, debt transactions and public-to-private transactions
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The Capital Markets Team has in-depth knowledge and experience of listing Dutch and foreign companies on Euronext Amsterdam, NYSE, NASDAQ, TASE and the London Stock Exchange. Houthoff also has extensive experience in tender offers, post-offer transactions, ‘squeeze-out‘ proceedings and other post-offer matters, providing a full range of corporate and regulatory advice, including market and bid regulation, antitrust, and -where appropriate- potential litigation routes.

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Linklaters - Capital Markets Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Pim Horsten and Alexander Harmse
- 1 partner
- 10 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Particularly strong for DCM work, but also highly active in the field of ECM. Acts for underwriters, issuers and bookrunners on regulatory capital issues, senior and hybrid debt financing, stock exchange listings and IPOs. Highly regarded for bond issues, debt programmes and privatisation transactions, acting for banks and insurance companies. Boasts a thriving cross-border practice in conjunction with its international network.

Strengths Clients enthuse that the team is "top of the bill in terms of knowledge and experience in the market – it is one of the dominant players in debt capital markets."

Clients appreciate that "when you have an issue, the team is able to think up out-of-the-box solutions."

Work highlights Advised ING on a EUR1 billion fixed-rate subordinated notes issuance.

Assisted Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, UBS and ABN AMRO as bookrunners and underwriters for the IPO of Takeaway.com.

Significant Clients RBS, Deutsche Bank, Citi, Steinhoff International, J.P. Morgan.

Notable practitioners

" Class act" Pim Horsten impresses clients with his ability to remain "really commercial" but also be "very technical at the same time." He is a long-standing market leader in the fields of debt products and hybrid bond issues, representing both underwriters and issuers. He advised Rabobank on the creation of a AUD5 billion Euro-Commercial Paper and Certificate of Deposit Programme for its Australia and New Zealand branches.

Alexander Harmse acts for investment banks and issuers on equity matters and high-yield debt. He frequently advises underwriters on IPOs. Clients describe him as "a down-to-earth guy who knows how to explain very complex legal things." He represented a number of banks as underwriters for the IPO and privatisation of ASR Nederland.

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Loyens & Loeff - Capital Markets Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Nelleke Krol and Martijn Schoonewille
- 8 partners
- 20 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Acts for clients on equity and securitisation transactions, including structured finance, car lease securitisations and various other forms of operational lease receivables. Acts for issuers and underwriters on IPOs, as well as advising on regulatory matters and RMBS transactions. Collaborates closely with the team's renowned tax department. Benefits from the firm's offices across the Benelux region to advise on cross-border stock exchange listings. Also assists with debt issuances.

Strengths Sources report that the team is "a pleasure to work with" and "extremely proactive," while praising its "deep level of knowledge and understanding of transactions."

According to commentators, the team are "very practical, responsive and really try to understand the clients and their issues."

Work highlights Acted for Obvion on a series of RMBS securitisations, which combined to a total value in excess of EUR8 billion.

Assisted Ferrari with the issuance of EUR500 million in corporate bonds.

Significant Clients Athlon, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Meridian Mining, Heineken Holding, Deutsche Bank.

Notable practitioners

Mariëtte van ’t Westeinde has an excellent reputation across a range of capital markets matters, including derivatives, securitisations, structured finance and debt issues. Interviewees describe her as "delightful and very easy to work with," highlighting her "good legal knowledge and very commercial approach." She advised BNP Paribas Personal Finance on restructuring two RMBS securitisation transactions.

Nelleke Krol assists listed and private companies with stock exchange listings and securities transactions. Clients praise her "client service, effectiveness and technical knowledge." She acted for Avantium Holding on its IPO.

Martijn Schoonewille heads the DCM team and regularly advises financial institutions on public and private debt offerings as well as assisting with regulatory matters. He represented Mondelēz International in the issue of a total of USD3.75 billion in notes. Clients praise his "strong technical knowledge" and add that he "works efficiently and effectively."

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Assisting clients on their capital needs while taking note of the changing regulatory environment and finding practical solutions is one of our primary areas of expertise. Clearly, the integrated approach within our Capital Markets team of corporate/banking lawyers with dedicated tax lawyers make us stand out from other law firms advising on capital market matters in the Netherlands. We have unrivaled experience in advising on cross-border listings of Dutch companies and assisting multinationals in several sectors to obtain financing by means of debt issuance. Our securitisation team has a very strong presence in Dutch RMBS and operational lease securitisations and is at the forefront when it comes to innovation and the development of new and complex securitisation structures.

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NautaDutilh - Capital Markets Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Petra Zijp and Arjan Scheltema
- 6 partners
- 40 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Market-leading securitisation practice, backed up by strong equity and debt capital markets teams. Well regarded by issuers, shareholders and underwriters for advice on debt issuances, rights offerings, refinancings and regulatory matters, representing a range of listed entities, life science companies and financial institutions. Assists with IPOs, stock market listings, and mortgage-backed securities matters. Represents international clients in convertible and high-yield bond issues, structured products and covered bond programmes, including instruments in the green and sustainability initiatives.

Strengths One source enthuses that the team is "unequivocally great," highlighting the team's ability to "come up with commercial solutions that worked" and also appreciating that it "manages maintain a sense of urgency" in order to deal with difficult and demanding circumstances.

Clients underline the team's "first-rate and fantastic performance" and appreciate the "incredibly responsive" approach of the firm.

Work highlights Advised ForFarmers on the listing and trading of shares on Euronext Amsterdam.

Assisted de Volksbank with a mortgage-backed securitisation transaction which involved a revolving pool of fixed and floating-rate mortgage receivables.

Significant Clients AP Alternative Assets, trivago, Basic-Fit, Aegon, Achmea.

Notable practitioners

Clients enthuse that Arjan Scheltema is "very bright when it comes to technical legal elements." He is a market leader for securities and structured finance matters, and is highly regarded for his work on covered bonds. He acted for de Volksbank on an update to its covered bonds programme.

Michaëla Ulrici is a "standout performer, one of the most prominent figures in the Dutch market," say sources. She is highly esteemed for her work on securitisation transactions, mortgage investments and portfolio transfers. She advised ABN AMRO as arranger and Dolphin Master Issuer as issuer on a multibillion-euro issuance of four tranches of notes.

Sources enthuse that Petra Zijp "deftly manages communications with regulators," offers "commercial, practical solutions" and "did a good job understanding client needs." She advises companies, investors and underwriters on both debt and equity offerings and listings. She has an excellent reputation for IPOs, regulatory issues and stock market listings. Zijp acted for Delta Lloyd on a EUR650 million rights issue.

Liza Gerritsen advises clients on securitisations, asset-based transactions and consumer finance matters. Sources describe her as "very calm and good to work with."

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The financing capacity of banks has reduced with the new capital requirements. Demand for alternative sources of financing is increasing. NautaDutilh's Capital Markets team assists companies in using both conventional and a growing choice of alternative forms of finance.

The team has extensive experience in advising issuers and lead managers/underwriters. We offer advice on various forms of equity capital markets transactions (IPOs and rights issues), debt capital markets transactions (advising on the issuance of stand-alone bonds, high-yield debt and investment grade debt), the drafting of debt issuance programmes for retail investors and professional market parties, and so-called direct loans.

NautaDutilh places the needs of the client as foremost, and where necessary will develop innovative structures to respond to those needs. An illustrative example of this was the recent financing of the largest single-asset real estate deal in Dutch history: the acquisition of the High Tech Campus from Philips Electronics Nederland by a consortium of investors led by Marcel Boekhoorn. A Credit Tenant Lease financing structure comprised of an innovative mix of derivatives, insurances, collateral, a U.S. note, indemnities and guarantees under various applicable laws.

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Stibbe - Capital Markets Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Head of department: Derk Lemstra
- 4 partners
- 8 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Strong focus on ECM transactions, advising clients on prospectus drafting and transaction structuring for IPOs and dual-track transactions. Frequently assists new listed entities, including new client Basic-Fit, with commencing trading on the stock exchange. Represents financial services clients, along with domestic and international companies, in capital markets regulatory issues. Assists issuers, underwriters and bookrunners with rights offerings, bond issuances and refinancings.

Strengths Clients appreciate the firm's step-by-step advice and enthuse that the team acts as a "beacon in unknown territories and guided us smoothly through every step on the way."

Clients describe the group as a "well-rounded and highly motivated team that is able to deliver high-quality output under very tight deadlines and independently handle all aspects of the transaction from start to finish," adding that the firm's ECM practice is "considered to be one of the best in the Netherlands."

Work highlights Acted for NB Private Equity Partners on a USD50 million rights issuance of zero-dividend preference shares on the London Stock Exchange.

Represented majority shareholder, Expedia, in trivago's IPO on Nasdaq.

Significant Clients Intertrust, PostNL, Blackstone Private Equity, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley.

Notable practitioners

Clients report that Derk Lemstra "knows the Dutch landscape inside out and has a good insight into how to structure certain issues." He has considerable experience of advising clients on IPOs. He assisted Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan as global co-ordinators with the IPO of Philips Lighting.

According to clients, Pieter Schutte is "very knowledgeable and very good at dealing with the nitty gritty, as well as the bigger issues." He represents both corporate clients and financial services clients in ECM transactions. He acted for ABN AMRO and HSBC on the stock market listing and share placement of Sif Holding.

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Eminent Practitioner

Stibbe

From the Chambers Europe guide

Clients report that Derk Lemstra"knows the Dutch landscape inside out and has a good insight into how to structure certain issues." He has considerable experience of advising clients on IPOs. He assisted Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan as global co-ordinators with the IPO of Philips Lighting.

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Band 1

Jan Willem Hoevers

De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek

From the Chambers Europe guide

Clients enthuse that Jan Willem Hoevers is "totally on top of his game" and are particularly keen to underline that he is a "very pleasant person to deal with, with a good sense of humour." Others highlight that he is "very intelligent and has good knowledge of technical details," while one client concludes that he is "one of the best ECM lawyers in the Netherlands." He is particularly popular with financial institutions for advice on buy-backs and cross-border ECM transactions. He acted for BAM on a EUR125 million convertible bonds placement.

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Band 1

Allen & Overy LLP

From the Chambers Europe guide

Tim Stevens is a long-standing market leader in the field of equity offerings, as well as public and private M&A. He also advises on securities law mandates. Clients enthuse that he is "one of the best in the market" and highlight his ability to talk clients through very complex issues in a short space of time. Stevens acted for Van Lanschot on Delta Lloyd's disposal of its EUR200 million shareholding in Van Lanschot.

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Band 1

NautaDutilh

From the Chambers Europe guide

Sources enthuse that Petra Zijp"deftly manages communications with regulators," offers "commercial, practical solutions" and "did a good job understanding client needs." She advises companies, investors and underwriters on both debt and equity offerings and listings. She has an excellent reputation for IPOs, regulatory issues and stock market listings. Zijp acted for Delta Lloyd on a EUR650 million rights issue.

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Linklaters

From the Chambers Europe guide

Alexander Harmse acts for investment banks and issuers on equity matters and high-yield debt. He frequently advises underwriters on IPOs. Clients describe him as "a down-to-earth guy who knows how to explain very complex legal things." He represented a number of banks as underwriters for the IPO and privatisation of ASR Nederland.

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Band 2

Stibbe

From the Chambers Europe guide

According to clients, Pieter Schutte is "very knowledgeable and very good at dealing with the nitty gritty, as well as the bigger issues." He represents both corporate clients and financial services clients in ECM transactions. He acted for ABN AMRO and HSBC on the stock market listing and share placement of Sif Holding.

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Band 3

Clifford Chance LLP

From the Chambers Europe guide

Hans Beerlage represents clients in capital markets transactions, including public M&A and securities transactions. Clients praise his experience in ECM matters and underline his ability to "think holistically."

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Band 3

Loyens & Loeff

From the Chambers Europe guide

Nelleke Krol assists listed and private companies with stock exchange listings and securities transactions. Clients praise her "client service, effectiveness and technical knowledge." She acted for Avantium Holding on its IPO.

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Band 3

Houthoff

From the Chambers Europe guide

Praised by clients as a "very diligent" adviser, Jetty Tukker is an experienced ECM lawyer and assists with IPOs, takeovers and share issues. She represented Ronson Europe and its shareholder Luzon Group in buying back in the region of 40% of its shares from Global City Holdings. One interviewee commends her client-oriented approach, saying: "She delivers all that is expected in the best possible way."

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Up and Coming

Clifford Chance LLP

From the Chambers Europe guide

Han Teerink is an up-and-coming lawyer specialising in ECM. He assists listed companies with public and private M&A and recently acted for the shareholders on Flow Traders' EUR186.4 million sale of its shares through an accelerated bookbuilding process. One client praises Teerink's experience in the field and says that he is "a really good lawyer that we like to work with."

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