Roundtable

The impact of recent tax developments on financing transactions

The impact of recent tax developments on financing transactions

The impact of recent tax developments on financing transactions

23.10.2019 NL law

On 7 November, Stibbe presents our first Finance & Tax round table. During this new initiative, Stibbe's lawyers in Amsterdam will deal with various issues from a multidisciplinary perspective.

Impact of recent tax developments on financing transactions

This round table is intended for corporate treasurers, bankers and lawyers and tax specialists who come into contact with financing transactions. During this first edition, Maarten de Bruin, Johan Vrolijk and Robert Steeg will discuss the legal and fiscal aspects of a number of typical financing structures. The impact of the corporate loan, guarantee and umbrella credit case law on credit and cash pooling transactions will be discussed on 7 November.

For registration or for more information, please contact: Stibbeevents@stibbe.com.

Practical information

Date: 7 November 2019 (15:30 - 18:00)

Location: Stibbe, Beethovenplein 10, 1077 WM Amsterdam

PO Points: 2

Participation in the round table is free of charge.

Team

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