Experience

Annemiek began her career in the SME practice, where she has spent the past 15 years working as a tax advisor for the financial services sector. Her clients operate in the financial services sector, e.g. banks and asset managers, and the real estate sector, e.g. institutional and private investors, project developers, the government, housing associations, and advisors. Annemiek primarily assists clients with international corporate income tax matters, but also has extensive knowledge of real estate transfer tax. As manager of Meijburg & Co’s WOZ department, she can rely on her extensive knowledge of the real estate market.

Annemiek has published various articles on the structuring of funds and on real estate, and regularly speaks on these issues. She is a permanent contributor to the real estate current affairs column of Vastgoed Fiscaal & Civiel. Annemiek is a member of KPMG’s international real estate network and international fund network. She is also lead partner WOZ.

Specialization

  • National and international fund structuring, e.g. equity investment, hedge, private equity and real estate funds.
  • Assisting with national and international real estate transactions as they relate to corporate income tax and real estate transfer tax.
  • Advising financial institutions on their national and international corporate income tax issues and on tax issues relating to public investment and financing structures.
  • Assisting with PPS/PPP projects.
  • Assisting with tax issues relating to the transition from non-taxable to taxable status, in particular for housing associations and the health care sector.

Education and memberships

  • Master of Real Estate, Amsterdam School of Real Estate
  • Semitic languages and cultures, Amsterdam University, Jerusalem University
  • Tax Law, Amsterdam University
  • Member of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisors

Publications


Van Dijk, A. et al. (2011). Maatschappelijke ondernemingen (“Social businesses”). Geschriften van de Vereniging voor Belastingwetenschap, 245.