Mazars promotes two to tax partners
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Mazars promotes two to tax partners

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Ronald Plat and Alexander Rasink have become partners at the Amsterdam and Rotterdam offices, respectively, of Mazars.

They are two of three individuals promoted. The third is Paul Schutjens, who has become a partner in the audit and assurance practice.

Plat has worked as a tax adviser since 2001 and has been with Mazars since May 2017, advising on turnover tax and transfer tax. He specialises in real estate investors, private equity firms, family businesses and enterprises with international interests.

Rasink has been working at Mazars since 2002 as a tax adviser within the wage tax department, specialising in cross-border employment matters. Since 2017, he has been head of global mobility services for the global Mazars organisation.

Rasink advises companies with an international expat workforce on topics such as cross-border taxation, social security, immigration, employment law and related compliance requirements. He works with SMEs that operate both nationally and internationally, as well as with multinationals in various sectors.

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