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JACHTHAVENWEG 124, 1081 KJ AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Work +31 20 435 6400
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Fax +31 84 86 8979
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www.taxand.nl
Taxand Netherlands, Jimmie van der Zwaan, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Jimmie van der Zwaan

Tel:
Work +31 20 435 64 22
Email:
Taxand Netherlands

Work Department

Corporate Tax/Transfer Pricing

Position

Jimmie is a partner of Taxand Netherlands and is leading the global Taxand energy service line. Jimmie has particular experience in working with companies in the energy sector, covering aspects relating to oil & gas upstream and downstream, electricity, alternative resources / renewables and suppliers & contractors. He specialises in corporate tax issues. He is called upon to assist with domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing, tax control frameworks and setting up new businesses and joint ventures, both in the Netherlands and internationally. His broad industry knowledge enables him to provide practical and sound advice to his clients. He has experience with the state profit share regarding the extraction of oil & gas in the Netherlands.

Member

He is a qualified attorney at law and registered with the Dutch Bar. Jimmie regularly lectures at (international) seminars and conferences. He is member of the IFA (International Fiscal Association). He is also a representative for the IRO (Dutch association of suppliers in the oil & gas industry) and a member of NeVER (Dutch association of energy law).

Education

Jimmie obtained degrees in Economic, Public and Business Law (University of Utrecht) and Tax Law (University of Amsterdam), and an LL.M. in international & EU tax law (International Tax Centre at the University of Leiden).


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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