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European Commission proposes public tax reporting by multinationals

European Union, OECD - May 11 2016 As part of its fight against corporate tax planning by multinational enterprises (MNEs), the European Commission has issued yet another proposal for...

Reinier Kleipool, Frank Pötgens, Wiebe Dijkstra, Paul Sleurink, Martin van Olffen.


New legislation: director disqualification introduced in Dutch civil law

Netherlands - April 12 2016 The bill on director disqualification has been adopted by both houses of the Dutch parliament. The date on which the new act is to enter into force...

Ruud Hermans, Harm-Jan de Kluiver, Bernard Roelvink, Martin van Olffen.


New rules for financial reporting as of 1 November 2015

Netherlands - November 11 2015 As of 1 November, new accounting rules apply to the annual financial reporting of Dutch entities. The asset-value and turnover thresholds have been...

Marielle Legein, Martin van Olffen.


Role of audit committee at Dutch PIEs to be reinforced

Netherlands - November 10 2015 The duties of the audit committee at Dutch public-interest entities (listed companies, banks and insurers) are extended, and new rules on expertise...

Marielle Legein, Martin van Olffen.


Mandatory rotation of audit firms likely to become more flexible

Netherlands - October 14 2015 It has recently become clear that Dutch rules on the mandatory rotation of audit firms that carry out statutory audits for listed companies, banks...