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Stibbe wins Netherlands Tax Firm of the Year Award for the third time

Stibbe wins Netherlands Tax Firm of the Year Award for the third time

Stibbe wins Netherlands Tax Firm of the Year Award for the third time

17.05.2019 NL law

During the annual European Tax Awards organised by the International Tax Review, Stibbe was once again recognised with the ‘Netherlands Tax Firm of the Year Award’. This completes a hat-trick of Stibbe wins in this category, after also bringing home the Award in 2015 and 2017.

The Awards were presented yesterday during a gala evening and dinner at The Savoy in London, and are based on criteria including size, complexity, innovation and impact. The Stibbe delegation this year consisted of Michael Molenaars, Jeroen Smits, Reinout de Boer, Johan Vrolijk and Charlotte Tolman.​ Congratulations to everyone involved on this fantastic result!

For more information about these Awards please go to the website of the International Tax Review.

 

 

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