Reinout de Boer

I am Reinout de Boer Tax specialist

Reinout de Boer

Reinout specialises in domestic and international taxation with particular emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions and corporate reorganisations.

Furthermore, he has experience with tax controversy work, including litigation and second opinions, and heads Stibbe’s tax controversy practice.

Reinout is a member of the advisory committee for taxation of the Dutch Bar Association. He also publishes and lectures regularly on international and EU tax law and tax controversy topics.

Prior to joining Stibbe, Reinout worked for over six years as tax policy advisor at the Dutch Ministry of Finance and as tax attaché at the Dutch Permanent Representation to the European Union in Brussels.

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2006

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18.06.2019 NL law
Initial guidance from the Dutch State Secretary of Finance on the "Danish Cases" relating to beneficial ownership

Short Reads - On 26 February 2019 the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") ruled in various cases regarding the interpretation and non-application of the Parent-Subsidiary Directive ("PSD") and Interest and Royalties Directive ("IRD") in the context of tax avoidance and beneficial ownership (the so-called "Danish Cases").

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25.04.2019 NL law
Tax Alert - Further guidance on revised Dutch tax ruling practice

Short Reads - On 23 April 2019 the Dutch State Secretary of Finance has published a draft decree (the "Decree") and further guidance on the revised Dutch tax ruling practice for tax rulings with an international character ("international tax rulings"), expected to become effective as from 1 July 2019.

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05.06.2019 NL law
Tax controversy in the Netherlands - 2019

Articles - In the Netherlands, tax controversies can arise in various ways. Tax disputes may arise as a result of a tax audit initiated by the Dutch Tax Authorities (DTA), or questions raised by the DTA (for example, after having reviewed a tax return filed by a taxpayer or as a result of a sample by the DTA). It may also occur that the DTA take notice of a transaction in the press, or receive information from foreign tax authorities, which also may result in a tax audit by, or questions from, the DTA.

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21.03.2019 NL law
15 aspects of Brexit you did not know

Short Reads - A Brexit without a deal, or with a deal that does not cover all relevant aspects, is still a potential scenario. We have highlighted a number of unexpected legal consequences of Brexit in such a no deal or incomplete deal scenario.

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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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22.02.2019 NL law
Dutch chapter to Chambers Global Practice Guides Corporate Tax 2019

Articles - Stibbe contributes Dutch chapter to Chambers Global Practice Guides Corporate Tax 2019. This chapter was written by Michael Molenaars, Jeroen Smits, Reinout de Boer and Rogier van der Struijk. Besides providing you with an outline of Dutch corporate income taxation, the chapter pays attention to the impact of BEPS on the Dutch corporate income tax landscape.

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