International Tax Planning

We are Stibbe International Tax Planning specialists

Our teams complete a substantial amount of international tax and tax planning work, providing solutions for clients in jurisdictions around the world.

International Tax Planning

We understand the challenges our global clients face in complex international tax transactions, from both a legal, tax and practical perspective. It’s why we provide to-the-point and effective advice, whenever it’s needed.

Our offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, Luxembourg, London and New York are complemented by a global network of firms recognised as leaders in their respective jurisdictions. These relationships enable us to assemble a tailor-made, integrated team of lawyers that works seamlessly with the best tax expertise and contacts around the globe. 

The breadth of our accumulative knowledge in this field is extensive with almost all our tax lawyers possessing foreign qualifications, or practical work experience abroad including the US and the UK.

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