A fast and innovative approach on an international scale
Our tax group covers all aspects of tax law applicable in the Netherlands and Luxembourg including all international tax issues and is fully integrated in all our other practices with a strong focus on corporate transactions, including M&A and intra-group reorganizations, investment fund structuring and employment & benefits related matters.
A broader perspective than taxation as such
Our tax group has an inherent international focus and is embedded in our foreign offices and international desks. Our strong working relationships with leading foreign firms and regular assistance to foreign counsel on Dutch or Luxembourg tax aspects of corporate and financial transactions enables us to assemble tailor-made, integrated teams of lawyers that work seamlessly with the best tax expertise and contacts globally.
Our clients can count on a fast response and a creative and innovative approach aligned to the latest legal developments and (financial) market conditions. Our advice on international tax structuring, tax advisory and tax controversy helps our clients with long-term creation of value.
We advise domestic and international companies, mid-sized privately held companies and their shareholders, investment funds and affluent individuals on all aspects of tax law, transfer pricing and tax compliance. We provide assistance in tax controversies (including tax audits) and negotiate tax matters on behalf of clients with the authorities.
BUREN advises Ufenau Capital Partners AG on an investment in aTmos Group. aTmos Group is a leading integrated full-service
Assisting management and shareholders of ESAS in the divestment by investment fund Buysse & Partners
BUREN Avocats advises Aberdeen on the Luxembourg tax aspects related to its new investment in residential real estate in Madrid, Spain.
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On January 12, 2024 (published on January 30, 2024), the
This alert discusses the most relevant changes in Dutch tax legislation applicable per 1 January 2024 and upcoming years, with a focus on rules relevant for cross