Taxand Netherlands is based in Amsterdam. We are an independent tax advisory firm offering a full range of tax services (including VAT, payroll and transfer pricing). Our focus areas are tax disputes and transactions, both national and international.
We focus on Dutch multinationals, on high net worth individuals, private equity and real estate investors. We prefer to keep short communication lines with our clients and build a relationship that is both strong and enduring.
Our exclusive membership of Taxand Global is a key distinction from our competitors. This provides us high quality, integrated tax advice worldwide. Tax professionals in nearly 50 countries understand both the fine points of tax and the broader strategic tax implications on the performance of our clients businesses.
Taxand Netherlands was founded in 2014 by a team of partners who knew each other through other firms. They make out the experienced backbone of the company. Our culture is characterised by a strong entrepreneurial and dynamic spirit, with a focus on quality, short lines of communication and an informal work climate. We invest a lot in external and internal training.
We do tax – and tax only. We are independent and our goal is to provide the best quality tax advice possible. Our team of seasoned tax professionals is focused on providing practical solutions based on a strong technical foundation. Our employees are ambitious and flexible. They work in an international environment that requires a different approach on responsibilities, quality and learning growth than in the Big Four or big law firms.
Taxand Netherlands law firm registration
The advocates listed below have registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal areas:
a. Jimmie van der Zwaan is registered for the principal legal practice area of Tax Law;
b. Martijn Jaegers is registered for the principal legal practice area of Tax Law;
c. Sander Michaël is registered for the principal legal practice area of Tax Law;
Based on this registration, they are required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar