Mrs Margriet Lukkien > Loyens & Loeff > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Loyens & Loeff
FRED ROESKESTRAAT 100
1076 ED AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 71170
1008 BD AMSTERDAM
Netherlands

Work Department

Tax - Partner

Position

Margriet Lukkien, tax adviser, is a member of the International Tax Services practice group.

Career

She advises multinationals (especially North-American-based), financial institutions and sovereign wealth funds on Dutch corporate tax and dividend tax aspects and accompanyinh international tax aspects. Her expertise includes international structuring/restructuring taking into account the OECD and EU developments on BEPS.

For 2017 and 2018 Margriet has been listed as one of the Women in Tax Leaders as published in “The comprehensive guide to the world’s leading female tax advisers” of the International Tax Review.

Languages

Dutch, English

Memberships

Margriet is an active member of the International Tax Affairs Section of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (NOB). In additon she is an active member of the International Bar Association (IBA), since she won the 2010 IBA Taxation Scholarship. Margriet has been an officer of the IBA Taxes Committe since 2013 and she has taken up the role of co-chair of the IBA Taxes Committee for 2019 and 2020.

Education

Tax law (cum laude), University of Amsterdam, 2003
Graduate Tax Program (LL.M.), New York University School of Law, 2004

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Tax

At Loyens & Loeff, the group has a core focus on international tax services, corporate tax services, investment management, private wealth, indirect tax, and employment tax. Jan Bart Schober is a key name for employment-related taxation. Margriet Lukkien advises multinationals and sovereign wealth funds on Dutch corporate tax and dividend tax aspects. For tax matters related to real estate, Bartjan Zoetmulder is the key name to note while Marco de Lignie frequently acts as tax counsel in private equity buyout and venture capital transactions. ‘Calm expert‘ Marc Klerks is the key name for funds matters. Ynze van der Tempel, Harmen van Dam, Marcel Buur, Arco Bobeldijk and domestic tax affairs specialist Fred van der Leije are also recommended.