Mr Robin Minjauw > Tiberghien > Brussels, Belgium > Lawyer Profile

Tiberghien
AVENUE DU PORT 86C/419
1000 BRUSSELS
Belgium

Work Department

Tax

Position

Robin is a partner at Tiberghien. His practice focuses on corporate taxation, international taxation, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and real estate projects.

He has a special interest in the overlapping areas of the various tax domains.

Career

Robin joined the firm in 2007. He is a regular speaker at seminars in both Belgium and abroad. He is the author of various taw publications.

Languages

Dutch, English, French

Memberships

Robin is a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), the International Tax Forum and other networks.

Education

EMS (Financial Accounting, 2008)
University of Ghent (Master in Tax Law, cum laude, 2007)
University of Ghet (Lic. Iuris, cum laude, 2006)

Lawyer Rankings

Belgium > Tax

Tax boutique Tiberghien is equally highly regarded by corporate, private and institutional clients across all areas of tax law. It generates a strong flow of work from entities based throughout the Benelux region, as well as foreign multinational corporates with operations in Belgium. Team head Koen Morbée is knowledgeable about the tax aspects of corporate, finance and real estate transactions. He has a particularly notable specialism in EU tax and international tax. Bernard Peeters has specialist knowledge of double tax treaties and Alain Van Geel‘s tax expertise has an interface with areas such as Belgian and international family law, matrimonial property law and inheritance law. Gerd Goyvaerts handles tax issues associated with Anglo-Saxon trusts and foundations, and anti-money laundering legislation. Another key figure is Stijn Vastmans, who heads up the VAT, customs and excise department. Notable individuals furthermore include Claudine BodeuxGriet Vanden Abeele and Robin Minjauw. In a significant development, the sports departments of Tiberghien and ALTIUS joined forces to form a new legal services provider dedicated to the sports sector, which is known as ATFIELD; tax expert Daan Buylaert is one of the key contacts at the new entity.