Jacqueline van den Bosch


Jacqueline van den Bosch (1972) has an international advisory and litigation practice, focussing on carrying out internal investigations as part of anti-fraud and (international) anti-corruption efforts and anti-money laundering measures. She also specializes in international criminal law. She has ample experience in American FCPA cases involving Dutch companies, international legal assistance between countries, and risks under criminal law when trading subject to EU sanctions. Since 2000, Jacqueline has gained vast litigation experience in high-profile corruption and fraud cases, such as the Ahold case, the ‘Klimop’ real estate fraud, the Rotterdam Port scandal and the case involving housing association Vestia. She is ‘highly recommended’ in Who’s Who Legal 2016 for both ‘white collar crime defence’ and ‘internal investigations’. Ivy Advocaten is ‘recommended’ in the Chambers 2018 for ‘internal investigations’.

Additional relevant experience and positions

  • Lecturer at the post-graduate training programme for Financial Forensic Expert of the Erasmus University
  • Lecturer at the post-graduate training programme for Financial-Economic Criminal Law of the Vrije Universiteit
  • Teacher at the training and study centre for the judiciary (SSR)
  • She regularly publishes on topical issues.
  • Jacqueline has registered the following principal legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister): corporate law (ondernemingsrecht) and criminal law (strafrecht).