Within Corporate Tax, you can work for six different groups:
One Corporate Tax-professionals focus on issues relating to corporate income tax and dividend-withholding tax for (listed) multinationals. This group is known as the 'international practice'.
You will focus on transfer pricing documentation relating to changing business processes, integrations following acquisitions, or international expansion. Your work will mainly be project-based and you will provide advice in the focus areas of process control, financial transactions and value-chain transformation.
M&A professionals focus on the fiscal side of mergers and takeovers, including issues such as due-diligence research, (re)financing and (re)organisations. Your work will mainly be project-based and you will contact transaction specialists, wage-withholding-tax specialists and VAT specialists. Our office in Amsterdam focuses primarily on major organisations while our Rotterdam office is more oriented towards private equity.
Real Estate professionals advise national and international property funds, investors, estate agents, pension funds, property developers and government bodies with regard to property transactions and the set-up of investment structures.
Financial Services & AEX professionals work on national and international tax issues for providers of financial services. You will give advice relating to efficient structures, purchasing and sales of financial interests and the set-up of company/partnership structures in the area of corporate income tax, dividend-withholding tax and transfer tax.
Private Companies professionals focus on the private-clients segment, which includes directors/substantial shareholders, high-wealth individuals, artists and professional athletes. Amongst other matters, you will advise on matters of business succession, dividend-withholding tax, inheritance tax, corporate income tax and personal income tax within a national/international context.
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