I am Maarten de Bruin
Banking and Finance specialist
Tax specialist

Maarten de Bruin

Delivering tailored solutions to every case, Maarten advises domestic and international clients on the finance and tax aspects of commercial transactions with a clear understanding of their commercial goals. He is primarily focused on the industrial and real estate sector.

Maarten has a master’s in law from Tilburg University (1989) and an LL.M. in tax from New York University (1996).

Furthermore, Maarten spent several years between 1993 and 1999, at our New York office and in 1996 spent 6 months as foreign associate at Cravath Swaine and Moore. 

He is a member of the American Bar Association, Section: Taxation, the International Fiscal Association and a member of “Tax Review” (New York).  

  • Languages: Dutch, English, German, French
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 1989
  • Partner since: 1997

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Update on the implementation of the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive

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20.09.2017 NL law
Tax alert: Budget Day 2017

Short Reads - On 19 September it was budget day (Prinsjesdag) in the Netherlands on which the Dutch government announced several bills containing tax law proposals. In this Tax Alert we will provide you with a summary of the main proposals relevant for international businesses. Most attention will be given to the proposal regarding changes to the Dutch dividend withholding tax rules for holding cooperatives and BVs/NVs.

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02.08.2017 NL law
Supreme Court: attribution of the appearance of a power of attorney

Short Reads - In three recent judgments, the Supreme Court clarified the boundaries of the risk principle criterion set out in its ING/Bera judgment: the risk principle does not reach so far that it also applies in situations where the expectations are based solely on statements or behaviour of the unauthorized attorney. The court must also assess the facts and circumstances that concern the unauthorized represented principal to justify the principal bearing the risk of the unauthorized representation.

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04.08.2017 NL law
Proposals to amend EMIR – what does this mean for corporates?

Short Reads - On 4 May 2017 and 13 June 2017, the European Commission published two proposals to amend the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). After almost five years since EMIR entered into force, these proposals aim to lower the costs of compliance for market participants without compromising the objective of reducing systemic risks in the OTC derivatives market. The May 2017 proposal aims to reduce the regulatory burdens for corporates. The June 2017 proposal introduces a more pan-European approach to supervision of EU CCPs and ensures further supervisory convergence.

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02.08.2017 NL law
ECB published its 'Guidance on leveraged transactions' on 16 May 2017

Short Reads - In the 'Guidance on leveraged transactions' (the "Guidance"), the European Central Bank (the "ECB") summarises key supervisory expectations concerning leveraged transactions, and the ongoing monitoring of both syndication risk and the fundamental quality of leveraged exposures. The Guidance will enter into force on 16 November 2017.

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