He has gained extensive experience in the field of shareholder activism and governance crises.
Nicolas advises clients primarily in the areas of financial, corporate and digital communications, with an additional focus on special institutional cases.
He has worked on several national and international positioning mandates and has supported clients during crises and in special situations.
Nicolas has gained extensive experience in the field of shareholder activism and governance crises.
In 2018, he worked at JKL/Kekst CNC in Stockholm.
Before joining Kekst CNC, Nicolas worked in the communications department of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Rotterdam.
Nicolas studied International Business Administration at the University of Maastricht and completed a Master's degree in Corporate Communication with distinction at the IE University in Madrid.
Q&A with Nicolas
How long have you worked at Kekst CNC and how has the company evolved in your time here?
Since joining Kekst CNC over two years ago, we have gone through a period of internationalization, entering new markets, enhancing our strengths and capabilities and truly embracing today’s globalized and digital communications landscape. I feel very lucky to be a part of this journey!
Take the most interesting project you have worked on recently: Why was it interesting?
Supporting an ancient religious order during a governance crisis was absolutely exciting, as we were confronted with a highly complex dispute in an abstract thematic context.
What do you like most about Kekst CNC?
The wonderful people I get to work with and the vast array of exciting and challenging topics I am confronted with on a daily basis.
What careers advice would you give to your younger self?
Study something you truly love and trust your gut.
What is the most exciting city you’ve ever been to?
Mexico City for the fantastic food and amazing museums. Another city I love is Belgrade for its history, culture and nightlife. Definitely worth a trip.