Corine Hoekstra has been working as a pension lawyer since 2006. Corine has ample experience in advising employers, pension funds and insurers in the area of civil and fiscal pension cases.
Corine Hoekstra has been working as a pension lawyer since 2006. As from August 1, 2015 she started working for Veugelers Advocatuur. On August 21, 2015 she is officially sworn as a lawyer.
Corine has a broad experience in advising employers, pension funds, insurance companies, works councils and (former) participants in both civil and fiscal pension cases. In these cases, international aspects often played a role. As sparring partner for board members of pension funds and for HR and Finance professionals, she aims for the best results for the client.
During a dispute this ample experience forms the ideal basis to support clients in a competent way. In the best interest of the client, Corine looks for the most pragmatic solution. That doesn’t always have to be a legal procedure. Regularly she solves disputes by negotiating or a binding advisory procedure, such as for a pension fund.
Corine Hoekstra has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):
Legal practice area: Labour Law
Secondary Legal practice area: Pensions and Codetermination
Based on this registration, she is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.
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Corine works as a teacher for SPO for the training course Pension law and regulation, module Non-financial expert areas. Training institute SPO offers training courses to boards of pension funds and to professionals working in the pension sector with the aim to improve their expertise. Before working for SPO, she was a teacher for the Institute of Pension Education for several years, teaching the course Pension Fund Management. Corine also gives masterclasses for Chartered Pension Advisors. She gives multiple presentations on pension law topics both in her own country and abroad. Corine publishes regularly in pension related magazine.
Corine is a member of the Association of Pension Law and Women in Institutional Pension (VIIP). This network made of and for women enhances the quality of the Dutch Pension System and the role women can play in this. Within this network she organizes theme days and workshops for women in board and supervisory roles with the “Commission Governance on High Heels”.
Are you curious to find out more about Corine’s CV, publications and education? You can find them by using the above LinkedIn link. Publications can be found on our website as well.