Loyens & Loeff promotes tax duo
Dutch firm Loyens & Loeff has promoted two internal associates, Joost van Helvoirt and Vincent van der Lans, to partners of its tax practice.
Joost van Helvoirt joined Loyens & Loeff’s Frankfurt office as a tax lawyer in 2006 before moving to the firm’s Dutch practice in 2008.
Helvoirt specialises in interest deduction limitations and the Dutch innovation box.
Before joining Loyens & Loeff’s Netherlands office, van der Lans worked as a tax adviser at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York.
Lans focuses on North-American businesses with activities in the Netherlands, as well as international tax issues, particularly for multinational corporations, financial institutions and investment funds including private equity and venture capital.