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Consequences of and responses to the Dutch tax plan 2019

Thu, Sep 20, 2018 3:59 PM CEST{LOCAL_TZ}

Consequences of and responses to the Dutch tax plan 2019

Thu, Sep 20, 2018 3:59 PM CEST

In April 2018 we have discussed for the first time, how vital it is for companies operating in the Netherlands and across multiple jurisdictions to understand and be prepared for the proposed Dutch tax changes. This is also applicable for the changes in your corporate tax, finance and legal framework caused by BEPS, ATAD and other initiatives tackling tax avoidance. We reviewed the content of these changes and the different scenarios and options you may possibly have.

The Dutch tax landscape has been going through many changes in the last few years and soon, on 18 September we will know what exact changes the new tax plan is bringing and what consequences it will have for the international corporations.

In this webinar, which is planned only two days after Prinsjesdag (the start of the Dutch parliamentary year), on 20 September, we team up with experts from DLA Piper to provide you insights on:

∙ the main components of the Dutch tax plan 2019 (and forward)
∙ the consequences for international corporations
∙ the implementation time line
∙ how to respond adequately and remain compliant

Our speakers

Robin Theuns │ Tax Associate at DLA Piper 
Robin advises clients on Dutch and international tax aspects relating to international tax planning, M&A, corporate restructurings, private equity and investment fund transactions. He assists clients in managing tax-related projects and transactions, as well as in obtaining Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) / Advance Tax Rulings (ATRs). Clients include large multinational enterprises, financial institutions and private equity funds.

Ku Jian-Cheng │ Attorney at law and tax advisor at DLA Piper
Jian-Cheng Ku advises on international tax law and transfer pricing with a particular focus on international tax planning, M&A and private equity transactions, corporate reorganisations and planning and design of transfer pricing policies. He has (co-)authored several articles on international taxation and Dutch taxation aspects.

Andre Nagelmaker │ Managing Director TMF Netherlands B.V.
Andre is a senior executive - 30 years in the corporate services business - and has been on the buying, selling and servicing side of M&A transactions. Andre has been responsible for the development of global governance services in TMF Group and is acting as MD TMF Netherlands

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Who should attend this webinar?
  • CFOs
  • Other finance and tax professionals
  • Working for financial, holding and royalty companies
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