Naomi Reijn

Senior Associate

Naomi advises on remuneration and incentives from an employment, corporate and regulatory perspective.
Furthermore, she is an experienced employment lawyer, with a focus on statutory directors, works councils and M&A. She represents FIG companies (banks, insurance companies, asset managers), listed companies, (fin)tech, and private equity. She is engaged as an external PhD candidate (buiten promovendus) at Radboud University Nijmegen where she conducts research on management incentives in times of M&A in light of the Dutch stakeholder model. She regularly publishes and speaks on this topic as well. Naomi is recognized as an expert in the field. She has worked extensively on remuneration policies and reports, incentive plans, advice on deal -related remuneration and MIP's and compliance with regulatory remuneration requirements.


Pro bono

Mentor at the Giving Back foundation.

Published Work

  • N.J. Reijn (2024) Clawback. Vordering tot terugbetaling van variabele beloning op grond van art. 1:127 lid 3 onder de Wft. Moet financiele onderneming procedures, criteria of beleid ebben vastgelegd om bevoegheid tot terugvordering van variabele beloning te kunnen uitoefenen? (Ondernemingsrecht 2024/9).
  • N.J. Reijn e.a., (2022)Bezoldiging binnen beursvennootschappen belicht (TAC 2022/4).
  • N.J. Reijn e.a. SDC Opmaat Wbfo
  • N.J. Reijn e.a. (2019) De Aandeelhoudersrichtlijn in de praktijk; heb bezoldigingsbeleid - en verslag onder de loep, (TAC 2019/2/3)

Speaking Engagements

  • Speaker, The Florijn seminar on remuneration in the financial sector, November 2023.
  • Annually hosting the AOM session on remuneration.    
Recognised as a key lawyer
Legal 500
Naomi Reijn knows the ins and outs of our organisation and understands what the challenges we are facing are. Every piece of advice fits our situation; she keeps on asking questions to get a broader view. She is more than able to be one step ahead of us and she has all the right information.



Admitted as advocaat Netherlands

Listed in the register of legal practice areas of the Dutch Bar Association for arbeidsrecht

A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.