Withers hires two tax specialists for new Dubai office
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Withers hires two tax specialists for new Dubai office

Withers has hired corporate tax specialists Ton van Doremalen and Daniele Dal Corso to work in its Dubai tax office, which opened in June 2016.

Van Doremalen, who serves as international tax director, previously worked as director of international transaction tax (M&A) at EY in Dubai, preceded by spells at KPMG Meijburg and Loyens & Loeff.

He is experienced in international tax structuring and has worked in the Netherlands, Luxembourg, UK and the UAE. Many of his clients are Europeans, North Americans and Asians investing in the Middle East, and he also works with Gulf-based family offices, corporates, private equity and sovereign wealth funds on their outbound investments.

Dal Corso qualified as a tax lawyer in Italy, and has spent the last five years working in Luxembourg with EY, where his practice covered investment funds and financial services. At Withers, where he is an associate, his practice focuses on international tax, advising families and corporates on their investments in global assets and investment funds.

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