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Stibbe wins five awards during the European Tax Awards 2017

Stibbe won five awards during the European Tax Awards 2017

Stibbe wins five awards during the European Tax Awards 2017

19.05.2017 EU law

Stibbe won five awards during the European Tax Awards 2017 in London organised by International Tax Review, the well-respected online tax magazine.

Stibbe received the important award: ‘Netherlands Tax Firm of the year’, also deal awards for our tax contribution on the IPO of Philips (European Capital Markets Tax Deal of the Year),  the tax work on the acquisition of SABMiller by AB Inbev (European Consumer Products Tax Deal of the Year & European  M&A Tax deal of the Year) and tax advice on BC Partners & CPPIB's sale of 70% in Suddenlink to Altice and the acquisition of 30% in Cablevision (European Media and Entertainment Tax Deal of the Year).

The awards were granted on criteria as size, complexity and impact. Stibbe was represented by Michael Molenaars, Jeroen Smits, Reinout de Boer, Johan Vrolijk and Lotte Boon.

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