Maarten van Ingen.
(Bunnik, 1969) Studied Dutch Law at the University of Utrecht. During his time as a student, Maarten wrote computer programs, using the languages Fortran, Nantucket Clipper and Turbo Pascal. After finishing his studies, he became a lawyer and, among other things, focused on security rights of troubled enterprises.
Maarten is frequently appointed as a bankruptcy trustee and assists company directors and management. He has written a number of books on pledge enforcement and mortgages and is also an author for the SDU Property Law and Civil Proceedings Commentaries. Maarten is additionally an editor of the Curator Magazine and regularly publishes in professional journals.
Although he no longer programs in his daily work, Maarten had previously developed software for complex settlements of bankruptcies of Dutch firms. He is a pragmatic, fast thinker who puts emphasis on delivering out-of-the-box solutions.