Marjorie Sinke started as a practicing lawyer with Stibbe, Amsterdam. In 1985, together with Tom de Waard, she founded Stibbe, New York. After practicing corporate (litigation) law at Stibbe and Loeff, Claeys Verbeke (later to become Allen & Overy) she became a judge and substitute judge at the District Court in the Hague. In 2010 she founded her own firm: De WaardSinke, with a specialized law practice in corporate law, corporate litigation, arbitration and mediation. In 2011 Tom joined the firm.
In 2007 Marjorie completed the Master Islam (University of Amsterdam) and acquired the Islamic Finance qualification at the Securities and Investment Institute in London. As an Islamic Finance Specialist she advises various financial institutions where necessary in close cooperation with the AFM ( Authorities Financial Market), the Dutch Central Bank, the Ministry of Finance and the Dutch Tax Authorities on the development and introduction of Islamic Finance products such as for instance the Halal mortgage.
Marjorie is an ADR-Specialist/Legal Mediator trained at the Amsterdam ADR Institute.
Currently Marjorie is engaged in corporate litigation and in representing SME companies that are placed under the supervision of a special bank department for financial restructuring and recovery (Afdeling Bijzonder Beheer).
Financieel Dagblad Februari 20, 2014