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Dentons Boekel launches Netherlands tax practice with four partners

25 August 2017

Natalie Leonidou

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Dentons Boekel has launched a new tax practice in the Netherlands, appointing four partners to the team. Jurjen Bevers, Paul Halprin, Heico Reinoud and Marnix Veldhuijzen previously worked at Baker McKenzie.

Reinoud has extensive experience on Dutch corporate income tax, dividend withholding tax, tax treaties as well as EU law aspects of cross-border structuring, transactions, financing and reorganisations. His clients are mainly listed real estate funds, private equity funds, pension funds and multinationals. Reinoud further serves clients in obtaining advance tax rulings and advance transfer pricing agreements, and assists clients in tax audits and negotiations with the Dutch tax authorities.

Bevers is an attorney-at-law admitted to the Dutch Bar. Bevers advises on matters of international taxation, Dutch corporate income tax and Dutch state profit tax. He focuses on the oil and gas industry.

Halprin is an attorney-at-law admitted to the Dutch Bar. Halprin has a special focus on real estate, M&A transactions, tax litigation and dispute resolution, including assistance in tax audits and investigations. His clients include multinationals, banks, real estate funds and investment funds.

Veldhuijzen is a tax adviser who works primarily with Dutch private equity firms, family offices, and privately-owned Dutch companies and their shareholders. Veldhuijzen focuses on Dutch corporate tax law, personal income tax law, and gift and inheritance tax law, with an emphasis on M&A for private equity, management participations and private wealth management.






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