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21.05.2020 NL law
Stibbe 'Netherlands Tax Firm of the Year'.

Inside Stibbe - The International Tax Review has chosen our Amsterdam Tax team as 'Netherlands Tax Firm of the Year'. This is Stibbe's fourth recognition in recent years, after receiving this distinguished title in 2015, 2017 and 2019.

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06.06.2019 NL law
Stibbe attends Provada 2019

Conference - PROVADA will host its annual property fair from 4 to 6 June 2019; the 15th edition of the biggest property event in the Netherlands.  Teams from Stibbe’s offices in both Amsterdam and Brussels office will be attending.

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13.12.2016 NL law
2% of 6% overdrachtsbelasting – de advocaat-generaal geeft een objectieve en praktische maatstaf

Short Reads - Vorige week zijn vier ‘conclusies’ van advocaat-generaal P. Wattel (hierna: "de AG") gepubliceerd bij lopende procedures voor de Hoge Raad over het overdrachtsbelastingtarief bij verkrijging van woningen. De procedures hebben betrekking op een tandartspraktijk, een voormalig agrarisch woon/bedrijfspand, een hospice en een stadsvilla. In alle vier de conclusies is de AG van mening dat het 2%-tarief van toepassing is.

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17.05.2019 NL law
Stibbe wins Netherlands Tax Firm of the Year Award for the third time

Inside Stibbe - 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.

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14.04.2016 NL law
Leveraged acquisition structures – progress proposed changes to the Dutch Corporate income tax act

Short Reads -   On 21 March 2016 the Permanent Parliamentary Committee of Finance (Vaste Commissie Financiën) and the Minister and State Secretary for Finance discussed an initiative policy document from two members of parliament containing a proposal for measures aimed at the protection of Dutch companies against – in their words –  "harmful" private equity firms that invest in target companies for the sole purpose of extracting as much money as possible therefrom.

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