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Tax Tier 2
Loyens & Loeff has strong expertise in matters relating to corporate tax, investment management and private clients. The team is instructed by international companies, private equity funds, financial services providers, high-net-worth individuals and family offices to assists with transactions, compliance, transfer pricing and litigation, among others. Practice head Beat Baumgartner is well versed in M&A and a variety of capital market transactions. He is regularly supported by associate Fabian Sutter. The team works closely with its Benelux offices.
Loyens & Loeff's team is experienced in private equity transactions, and also has expertise in the energy, retail, transport and healthcare sectors. It acts for national and international clients on M&A transactions, public takeovers and restructuring matters, among others. Practice head Marco Toni is another key name. The team was further strengthened by the arrival of Andreas Hinsen, who joined from Lenz & Staehelin in March 2019.
BTS Torres B.V.
China Three Gorges Corporation
Exal Corporation and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board
Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co
Specialized Bicycle Components, Inc.
Loyens & Loeff > Firm Profile
The firm: As a leading firm, Loyens & Loeff is the logical choice for a legal and tax partner if you do business in, or from, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland, the firm’s home markets. You can count on personal advice from any of its advisers based in one of the firm’s offices in the Benelux and Switzerland or in key financial centres around the world. Thanks to its full-service practice, specific sector experience and thorough understanding of the market, its advisers comprehend exactly what you need.
Independent and international: as a fully independent law firm, Loyens & Loeff is excellently positioned to co-ordinate international tax and legal matters. The firm has a network of offices in major financial centres, staffed with specialists in Dutch, Belgian, Luxembourg and Swiss law. Through these offices, clients have access to Loyens & Loeff’s full-service legal expertise in their own time zone. The firm’s office network is complemented by its numerous country desks, all of which are experienced in structuring investments all over the world. It’s this winning combination that enables the firm to assist international clients in the most efficient of ways. Moreover, the firm is on excellent terms with other leading independent law firms and tax consultants. That way, Loyens & Loeff guarantees you top-level advice in every part of the world.
Innovative and pragmatic: each problem requires a customised solution. The firm’s pragmatic approach and drive to devise innovative solutions allow it to effectively address the demands of its clients’ domestic and international businesses. Thanks to the broad range of the firm’s legal experience, know-how and the size of its practices, the firm can offer you top-level advice, locally and internationally. The firm is committed to meeting your needs at the highest quality level in the most efficient way.
Focused and engaged: we put people at the heart of our business, empower exceptional talent and nurture collective entrepreneurship and we provide each other with room to develop so we can all maximise our impact. Loyens & Loeff offers a challenging work environment and equal opportunities for all its employees. The firm is mindful of the environment and helps charities with the support and knowledge of its employees.
Areas of practice: The firm offers expertise in the fields of banking and finance, tax, corporate law, financial law and capital markets, cross-border financing, private equity, real estate, VAT, EU, regulatory issues, employment law and taxes, commercial law, IP, IT, public and administrative law, and litigation.
|Mr Beat Baumgartner||Partner||View Profile|
|Mr Andreas Hinsen||Local partner||View Profile|
|Mr Robin Moser||Local partner||View Profile|
|Mrs Judith Raijmakers||Judith Raijmakers, attorney at law, is a partner in our Zurich and…||View Profile|
|Fabian Sutter||Partner||View Profile|
|Mr Marco Toni||Partner||View Profile|
Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers : 947 at this office : 28
LanguagesSwiss German English German French
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Luxembourg: Restructuring & Insolvency
Published: June 2020
Authors: Anne-Marie Nicolas Véronique Hoffeld
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Restructuring & Insolvency laws and regulations that may occur in Luxembourg.
Netherlands: Alternative Investment Funds
Published: September 2020
Authors: Vilmar Feenstra Roderik Boogaard Robert Veenhoven Michaël Maters
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Alternative Investment Funds laws and regulations that may occur in Netherlands.
Belgium: Private Equity
Published: January 2021
Authors: Robrecht Coppens Mathias Hendrickx Filip Jorens
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Private Equity laws and regulations that may occur in Belgium.
Luxembourg: Private Equity
Published: January 2021
Authors: Siobhan McCarthy Kheira Mebrek
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Private Equity laws and regulations that may occur in Luxembourg.
The Netherlands: Private Equity
Published: January 2021
Authors: Roel Fluit Gianluca Kreuze
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Private Equity laws and regulations that may occur in The Netherlands.
Netherlands: Employee Incentives
Published: January 2021
Authors: Jelmer Post Martijn Schoonewille Hans van Ruiten Maureen te Poel Nina Orlic
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Employee Incentives laws and regulations that may occur in Netherlands.