Business, risks and opportunities go hand in hand if an entrepreneur wants to stand out with a product or service. But a sound entrepreneur will want to eliminate risks and just pick up opportunities in all non-core aspects of running a business – like taxes. Tax laws are complex, changeable and different from one jurisdiction to another – even if both are in the EU.
Medium-sized companies with cross-border operations, assets and revenue typically have a well-developed financial team. What they tend to lack is an in-house tax team or a first-rate, value-for-money specialist tax advisor. For such businesses, Van Minnen Tax Law offers high-end, spot-on international tax services with a personal touch. Both in everyday matters and in matters pivotal to the company’s existence and growth: investments, funding, joint-ventures and partnerships, expansion and acquisitions.
I am experienced and will-informed and will help your enterprise to move up, without fairy tales or fear-mongering. After having contributed for 15 years to tier-1 firms, and as a member of the two most prominent organizations for legal and tax professionals in the Netherlands (Dutch Bar Association and the Dutch Association of Tax Advisors), I am now at your direct disposal, fluent and seamless in Dutch and English, and with rigorous command of French and German.
FIRST-RATE, SPOT-ON, PERSONAL TOUCH.
Van Minnen Tax Law will help you further through the following services:
FRENCH-DUTCH CONSULTANCY BUSINESS
A consultancy business with operations in France, in the Netherlands and in various other jurisdictions was in search of the optimal headquarter location. I helped them to come to a suitable and sustainable choice within 2 months. Discussions in Dutch and French, many source documents in French, advice rendered in English.
GERMAN-DUTCH INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS
I had the privilege of helping a high-end specialized production company with activities in Germany, in the Netherlands and in 10 other EU jurisdictions through their entire cycle of acquisition, management participation, growth and expansion and finally another takeover with the succesful management team staying on board.
US-EUROPEAN SOFTWARE BUSINESS
Just one of many comparable cases I handled. A technology company, mainly revolving around software, with a significant presence in the United States but also in various European countries including the Netherlands decided to contralize a division. The division was, in many respects, already a standalone multinational business. I helped them to make the choice for the Netherlands and establish all vital parts of this division (IP, senior management, R&D, sales) in the Netherlands, in close cooperaton with all stakeholders (shareholders, employees, customers, governments).