Remco Smorenburg is a tax lawyer (advocaat) based in Amsterdam. He has over 15 years of experience in international corporate taxation, with a particular interest in the energy/infrastructure and transport sectors.
Remco’s experience includes advising on the tax aspects of (cross-border) mergers and acquisitions of public and private companies, (post completion) group restructurings, private equity transactions (fund formation), debt restructuring and acquisition and other finance structures including tax-based asset finance structures. His clients include both Dutch and non-Dutch (listed) corporates and financial institutions.
Remco is a regular contributor to conferences and has published a range of international articles and publications. In the Amsterdam office, Remco works in an integrated team of banking and corporate lawyers. He graduated in Tax at the University of Amsterdam, Civil Law at the University of Utrecht and EU Tax Law at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam.
Welcome to our autumn edition of Legalseas! The nights may be drawing closer in the Northern Hemisphere, but we are pleased to present you with a spread of articles .
On 15 December 2011, the Dutch Government published a legislative proposal to introduce a banking tax levy (“bank levy”)..
Dutch State Secretary of Finance Frans Weekers has announced that the government will not file an appeal with the Dutch Supreme Court against a March 29 ruling by....
The Amsterdam and Moscow offices of international legal practice Norton Rose Group have advised Russian state owned investment fund Rusnano on its investment in Dutc.