Corporate Tax

We are Stibbe Corporate Tax specialists

Our technical and commercial expertise is perfectly placed to handle the most complex corporate tax transactions, disputes and projects for our clients.

Corporate Tax

Our aim is to work in close partnership with our clients, bringing tailor-made solutions, technical expertise and peace of mind to every complex domestic and international tax issue.

With this approach our corporate tax practice covers all areas of transactional and advisory work across the Benelux. This includes mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganisations and restructuring, capital markets transactions as well as investment fund structuring, structured finance, transfer pricing and employee incentive plans. Of particular note is our extensive experience and knowledge in private equity transactions.

Furthermore, we bring technical and commercial expertise in dealing with tax authorities in obtaining an advance tax ruling and in mutual agreement procedures.

We have also developed a niche for private-public partnerships and other new forms of governmental or public entrepreneurship. The firm represents various authorities and businesses in this sector, with our team completing all the direct and indirect tax work in connection with all major projects undertaken by those entities.

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