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Greenberg Traurig LLP

HIRSCHBUILDING, LEIDSEPLEIN 29 1017 PS, AMSTERDAM, 75306, NETHERLANDS
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Work +31 20 301 7300
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Fax +31 20 301 7350
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Greenberg Traurig LLP, Reinier van de Steenoven, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Reinier van de Steenoven

Tel:
Work +31 20 301 7316
Email:
Web:
www.gtlaw.com/People/Reinier-van-de-Steenoven
Greenberg Traurig LLP

Work Department

Tax | Global | Real Estate

Position

Shareholder

Career

Reinier van de Steenoven advises on complex international tax structures. He counsels clients in a wide range of corporate transactions, with a particular focus on real estate. Reinier has vast experience in providing practical, business-focused tax advice, as well as the planning of complex cross-border tax structures.

Concentrations

  • International corporate tax planning
  • Real estate
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • International group reorganizations
  • International tax planning for high net worth individuals

Admitted to Practice
Netherlands

Languages

Dutch, native
English, fluent
French, conversational
German, fluent

Member

  • Member, Dutch American Chamber of Commerce
  • Member, Dutch Round Table
  • Member, Dutch Tax Advisors Bar Association (Nederlandse Orde van Belastingadviseurs)

Education

  • LL.M., University of Leiden, Faculty of Law, 1978
  • Postgraduate Tax Business Course, Nyenrode University, The Netherlands


Netherlands

Tax

Within: Tax

The key contacts at Greenberg Traurig LLP are managing partner Thomas van der Vliet, Alex Westerman and Reinier van de Steenoven. The practice is experienced in corporate tax and tax advice related to M&A deals. Other areas of focus include tax litigation, VAT and customs matters, the structuring of investments and funds, transfer pricing and real estate transactions.

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