Home > Author Archives: Dirkzwager legal & tax

Author Archives: Dirkzwager legal & tax

Velperweg 1
6824BZ Arnhem
The Netherlands
E: webmaster@dirkzwager.nl
T: +31(0)88 2424 100
F: +31(0)88 2424 111

With offices in Nijmegen and Arnhem and more than 260 staff members, Dirkzwager legal & tax has specialist legal knowledge in almost every area of the law. Besides up to date knowledge of legislation and case law, it also demonstrates good judgement of character and knowledge of the markets in which our clients operate. We use our knowledge to serve our clients. We also share that knowledge, a feature that distinguishes us and benefits our clients. Clients who are supported by a lawyer with the latest professional knowledge are in a stronger position and need have no concerns. By actively sharing its knowledge, keeping you constantly updated during your case and providing clear explanations, Dirkzwager helps you become wiser. Which means that in future you can identify similar problems sooner and be better prepared, even in the temporary absence of your lawyer. After all, it’s always easier to talk about things you understand.
UBO definition and UBO register

UBO definition and UBO register

In connection with the legislative bill for the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive Implementation Act, the Minister of Finance has on 6 April 2018 submitted the Draft Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Prevention) Act 2018 [Wet ter voorkoming van witwassen en financiering van terrorisme – Wwft] Implementation Decree, to the Senate ... Read More »

Important decision  Dutch Supreme Court regarding deductibility sale and acquition related costs participations

Important decision Dutch Supreme Court regarding deductibility sale and acquition related costs participations

Summary The Dutch participation exemption does not only exempt qualifying income (capital gains upon sale, dividends) but allows disallows certain cost deductions. Costs incurred in relation to the acquisition or disposal of a participation in a subsidiary are treated as non-deductible ‘acquisition or disposal costs’. To what extent costs incurred ... Read More »

Scroll To Top