Truly integrated law services with profound knowledge and understanding of systems, cultures and settings
Our corporate practice group provides clients with advice and support on all aspects of their corporate requirements - including corporate restructurings, company law, corporate governance, company secretarial and compliance.
Pragmatic, hands-on, cost effective and service focused
In close collaboration with our tax practice group, foreign desks and Chinese and Luxembourg offices, we offer truly integrated tax and civil law services with profound knowledge and understanding of different law systems, cultures and the environments our clients operate in.
Our client base consists of both listed and private companies - domestic and multinational corporations across all sectors.
Buren advises Holland at Home, an international online retail supermarket, on its China investment strategy for their online food retail business in China, including taxation, trading and
Buren advises the Dutch subsidiary of a multinational Russian company, active in production of machinery for the oil and gas industry, on notarial, legal and tax matters.
Buren advises KazMunayGas, the state-owned oil and gas company of Kazakhstan, on corporate matters in the Netherlands.
Effective as of 1 January 2017 a new article has been introduced to the already existing statutory transfer pricing framework in Luxembourg. Until that date a general provision confirmed as a general principle of Luxembourg tax law the
Buren N.V., lawyers, notaries and tax lawyers ("Buren"), is pleased to announce the appointment of Dirk Leermakers as resident partner in its Luxembourg office.
In today's world tax planning strategies are scrutinized by tax authorities. Especially measures are taken to tackle strategies that exploit gaps and mismatches in tax rules (the so-called base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS)).
The Dutch State Secretary of Finance has recently issued amended Decrees on the Dutch direct tax treatment of Dutch limited partnerships (or similar organized foreign law partnerships) and socalled funds for joint account (FGRs).