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JACHTHAVENWEG 124, 1081 KJ AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Work +31 20 435 6400
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www.taxand.nl
Taxand Netherlands, Martijn Jaegers, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Martijn Jaegers

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Work +31 20 43 56 414
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Web:
www.taxand.nl/en/team-member/martijn-jaegers/
Taxand Netherlands

Work Department

Indirect Tax

Position

Partner

Career

Martijn is a partner of Taxand Netherlands where he heads the Dutch Indirect Tax practice.

His practice focusses on VAT and Customs matters, both in a Dutch domestic and EU/Global context. He is knowledgeable on the EU regulatory indirect tax framework and advises clients active in various industries, including manufacturing, consumer business and financial services. The assignments extend beyond the rendering of tax advice alone, as tax controversy management (including dispute resolution and court representation) have become increasingly important in the national and international indirect tax landscape.

Martijn is an attorney-at-law and is admitted to the Amsterdam Bar. He obtained a degree in tax law from Maastricht University in 1997. He is a member of the Dutch Tax Lawyers Association (“Nederlandse orde van Belastingadviseurs”) and of the Dutch Tax Scholar Association (“Vereniging van Belastingwetenschap”).

Prior to joining Taxand, Martijn gained over 15 years of experience in international indirect taxation within Andersen/Deloitte and Baker & McKenzie.

Languages

Dutch - English


Netherlands

Tax

Within: Tax

The practice at Taxand Netherlands has a core focus on transactional tax matters. Martijn Jaegers and Jimmie van der Zwaan are the key names.

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