Mr Jan Bart Schober > Loyens & Loeff > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile
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Mr Jan Bart Schober
Tax - Partner
Jan Bart Schober is a member of the Employment & Benefits practice group.
He has nearly 20 years of experience in the tax practice of our firm, during which he primarily advised multinational companies, financial institutions and funds on cross-border transactions.
Jan Bart spent three years in our London offices and headed our Dubai office for nearly five years. He recently joined the Employment & Benefits practice group to jointly lead the tax team and further develop the integration of the Employment tax team with the other practice groups of the firm. In addition, he focuses on the taxation of companies that are active in the digital economy.
Jan Bart is a member of the Dutch Association of Tax advisers (NOB), the IFA and the Dutch Association for Tax Research.
Tax law, University of Leiden, 1999
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.
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