Michael Molenaars

I am Michael Molenaars
Tax specialist
Investment Management specialist

Michael Molenaars

As the head of our tax practice group, and previously a resident partner at our London and New York offices, Michael’s expertise is global.

His specialisms include domestic and international taxation with particular emphasis on M&A and private equity transactions, corporate reorganisations and investment fund structures.

Michael guides large multinational companies, financial institutions and private equity firms through every stage of technically complex issues, including contentious issues, ensuring all their needs are met.

He is also a frequent speaker on international tax issues and has co-authored several books and articles on international taxation.

Michael has a law degree from Amsterdam University and an LL.M. from New York University.

  • Languages: Dutch, English, German
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 1992
  • Partner since: 2000

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27.02.2018 NL law
Further guidance on Dutch ATAD implementation and measures against letterbox companies

Short Reads - Further to the policy plans published by the Dutch government in October 2017, the Dutch State Secretary of Finance published on February 23, 2018 a Letter (the "Letter") containing further details on certain aspects of the Dutch government's two way approach of enhancing the investment climate in the Netherlands.

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22.12.2017 NL law
Dutch Supreme Court rules that denying a fiscal unity between Dutch sister subsidiaries of non-EU joint parent company is not in breach of non-discrimination clause

Short Reads - On 15 December 2017 a ruling of the Dutch Supreme Court was published in which it is essentially ruled that the Dutch fiscal unity regime, by disallowing a fiscal unity between Dutch sister subsidiaries of a joint Israeli parent company, is not in breach of the non-discrimination clause as included in article 27(4) of the Dutch-Israel tax treaty (the "Treaty").

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22.02.2018 NL law
ECJ ruling on Dutch CIT Fiscal Unity prompts legislative action

Short Reads - In this Tax Alert we will address the anxiously awaited ruling of the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") on the joined cases C-398/16 and C-399/16. This judgement deals with the question whether EU law obliges the Netherlands to let taxpayers cherry pick benefits from the fiscal unity regime. We also mention the announcement of the Dutch Ministry of Finance to improve the rules for obtaining tax rulings in the Netherlands.

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