Consilio Extends Global Reach with Expansion of Brussels Office and Opening of Amsterdam Office

Consilio Extends Global Reach with Expansion of Brussels Office and Opening of Amsterdam Office

Expansion Meets the Rising Demand for Multilingual Document Review Services in Europe

LONDON – November 13, 2014 – Consilio, a Symphony Technology Group (STG) company and a global leader in eDiscovery and document review services, today announced the expansion of its Brussels office and the opening of its Amsterdam office, significantly extending the scale of its European presence.

“Ever since Consilio expanded its Brussels offices in 2006, international corporations and law firms increasingly look to us to provide a full suite of document review services, anchored by our highly experienced team of review managers and multilingual legal professionals in continental Europe. In response to the needs of clients, we have expanded our capabilities in Belgium and the Netherlands,” says Olivier Aelterman, a Regional Director for Belgium and France.

The expanded review center is located in central Brussels, within easy proximity of most clients, and can host multiple projects simultaneously. This dedicated review space is easily expandable, boasts a full complement of equipment and technology, and offers clients the highest level of data security.

Consilio’s new office in the Netherlands, located in the center of Amsterdam’s business district, and allows clients to leverage Consilio’s expertise and technology to meet the eDiscovery demands of complex litigation, investigation, and regulatory matters.

Mathieu van Ravenstein, a Regional Director for the Netherlands, Belgium, and the United Kingdom, added, “Consilio has a deserved reputation in Europe for delivering superior eDiscovery and document review services. Our most recent expansion efforts reflect our steadfast and ongoing commitment to fulfill the needs of our clients, and we are better equipped than ever to assist them.”

Adam Pollitt, an Executive Vice President at Consilio, remarked, “The demand for document review services continue to escalate in response to US and EU regulatory pressures, internal investigations, and cross-border litigation. Many of our global clients require that access to documents and other electronic materials in Belgium and the Netherlands occurs within these jurisdictions, and they rely upon Consilio to deliver eDiscovery and document review services locally in accordance with data privacy and protection obligations.”

For further information about support in Belgium or the Netherlands, please visit www.uk.consilio.com, or for local inquiries, please e-mail Mathieu.vRavenstein@consilio.com.

About Olivier Aelterman, Regional Director for Belgium and France, Consilio

Olivier Aelterman has a background in antitrust, cartel, and cross-border litigation matters, with extensive experience in document and data discovery and production to European regulatory authorities. Prior to joining Consilio, Olivier spent eight years with Linklaters LLP managing international eDiscovery programs. He is fluent in French, Dutch, and English.

About Mathieu van Ravenstein, Regional Director for the Netherlands, Belgium and the UK, Consilio

Mathieu van Ravenstein has extensive experience in large-scale regulatory investigations and cross-border litigation. Prior to joining Consilio, Mathieu was a principal in a document review services company. He is fluent in French, Dutch, and English, and has worked on projects throughout Europe and Asia.

About Adam Pollitt, Executive Vice President, Consilio

Adam Pollitt leads Consilio’s document review services team. He contributes to the strategic direction of the company and influences the development and deployment of new services and technology. His expertise includes database design and the application of technology to complex litigation, investigation, and regulatory matters. He has worked on projects throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.

About Consilio

Consilio is an international eDiscovery and document review services provider with extensive experience in litigation, antitrust, second requests, and internal and external investigations. The company supports law firms and corporations with cost-effective, end-to-end litigation services that include data collection, computer forensics, expert testimony, multilingual and onsite data processing, hosting, and document review. Safe Harbor certified, the company can deploy its services rapidly and efficiently to clients anywhere in the world from offices and data centers in North America, Europe, and Asia. For more information, please visit www.consilio.com