Anoek Vacqué

Regional Counsel Middle East

Dubai

Anoek Vacqué is the regional counsel for the Middle East and is based in Dubai.  She advises senior regional management and business colleagues on a wide range of legal and compliance matters ranging from Iranian and Syrian sanction regimes, complex regulatory issues, commercial contracts, employment laws, conflicts of interest and ethical issues.

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Anoek Vacqué is the regional counsel for the Middle East and is based in Dubai.  She advises senior regional management and business colleagues on a wide range of legal and compliance matters ranging from Iranian and Syrian sanction regimes, complex regulatory issues, commercial contracts, employment laws, conflicts of interest and ethical issues. She has extensive experience with oil & gas clients and supporting Control Risks’ operations in Iraq.  Anoek works with local and international clients, in the private and public sectors.    
 

Anoek has a Master’s in Law from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. She worked as a solicitor in the commercial litigation and mergers & acquisitions practices for Houthoff Buruma, in Rotterdam and in London. Anoek came to Control Risks with in-house experience from the maritime sector in Dubai. 

Anoek also has a Master’s in International Politics and Human Rights. She has lived and worked in the Netherlands, UK, UAE, France, South Korea and Malaysia. 

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