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Ecofin reaches political agreement on the Anti Tax Avoidance Directive and removes the switch-over clause

European Union, OECD - June 23 2016 On 20 June 2016, Ecofin reached political agreement on the Anti Tax Avoidance Directive ("ATAD"). The rules included in the ATAD will have an impact…

Co-authors: Maarten de Bruin, Reinout de Boer, Robert Jean Kloprogge, Emile Bongers, Michael Molenaars.


Tax alert - Still no unanimous agreement on the EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive

European Union, OECD - May 27 2016 The EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council ("Ecofin") was expected to adopt the so-called EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive (the "ATAD") during its…

Co-authors: Maarten de Bruin, Reinout de Boer, Robert Jean Kloprogge, Emile Bongers, Michael Molenaars.


The Netherlands implements OECD BEPS Country-by-Country Reporting as well as the amendments to the EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive

European Union, Netherlands, OECD - January 21 2016 As from 1 January 2016, new rules have become effective in the Netherlands that require multinational enterprises ("MNEs") to comply with new…

Co-authors: Maarten de Bruin, Robert Jean Kloprogge, Emile Bongers, Michael Molenaars.


Tax alert: bill on implementation revised EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive submitted to Dutch Parliament

Netherlands, OECD - September 16 2015 On 15 September 2015, the Dutch government presented the 2016 Budget. As part thereof a bill was submitted to Dutch Parliament on the implementation…

Co-authors: Maarten de Bruin, Robert Jean Kloprogge, Emile Bongers, Michael Molenaars.


Investment management alert

European Union, Netherlands - February 7 2014 The draft bill on Remuneration Policies for Financial Enterprises (Wetsvoorstel beloningsbeleid financiële ondernemingen; the: "Bill") has…

Co-authors: Rogier Raas, Paul Quist, Michael Molenaars.

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