Rogier van der Struijk

Rogier van der Struijk

Rogier specialises in international corporate taxation of Dutch and foreign multinationals.

He regularly advises clients on complex matters such as tax-efficient structuring of investments and divestments. In addition, Rogier has experience in various industries such as financial services – advising clients on the tax aspects of large cross-border investments.

Furthermore, he has experience with tax controversy work, including (tax) litigation, and is a member of Stibbe’s tax controversy practice. Rogier has acted as a clerk at the Dutch Supreme Court and is currently a substitute judge at the District Court of Arnhem.
He has written several articles in Dutch tax journals. He is also a member of the Dutch Bar association and the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers.

Rogier has a master's in law and economics from Tilburg University.

  • Languages: Dutch, English


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