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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.

Joost van Helvoirt
Vincent van der Lans

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