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Loyens & Loeff

BLAAK 31, 3011 GA ROTTERDAM, PO BOX 2888, 3000 CW ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Loyens & Loeff, Hans van Ruiten, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Loyens & Loeff

Work Department

Employment & Benefits

Position

Partner

Career

Hans van Ruiten, tax adviser, is chairman of the Employment Taxes and Employment Law practice group and heads the Rotterdam tax section.He specialises in employee participation (share schemes), tax-efficient remuneration structures, remuneration of board members, pension issues and international secondment of personnel. He also focuses on the tax aspects of what he calls the 'wage tax periphery', i.e. all sorts of engagements between a worker and his principal that may be either just within or just outside the scope of the Netherlands wage tax and social security regulations.

Hans is the editor and coauthor of a book on tax and legal aspects of employee participation, which was published by Sdu in 2003. He is an editor of 'Vakstudie Nieuws', i.e. the leading weekly journal for tax professionals in the Netherlands and a regular speaker at seminars and congresses.

Languages

Dutch, English

Education

Fiscal economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 1987
Dutch law, University of Leiden, 1991


Netherlands

Employment

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The ‘no-nonsense’ team at Loyens & Loeff is ‘extremely responsive’. The ‘mentally flexible’, ‘thoroughly knowledgeableKlaas Wiersma has ‘a wealth of experience’ and provides ‘simple, direct, on-the-spot advice’; he heads the practice jointly with Hermine Voûte, who assisted O-I Manufacturing Netherlands with closing its Schiedam factory. Hans van Ruiten is the group’s benefits expert.

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