Traditionally, Meijburg & Co has had a strong position as a tax advisor to a large number of financial institutions in the Netherlands and abroad. As a consequence, our advisors have considerable experience with the aspects of tax which affect financial institutions.
Firstly, we provide a wide range of financial services to the banking sector. No other sector has to deal with as many changes and regulations as this one. As a result, complying with all the tax rules has become increasingly complicated. Our team knows exactly what impact these rules and changes can have on e.g. your bank’s capital position, business model and funding costs. You can read more about this on our Banking page.
Aside from the banking sector, we also serve clients in the insurance sector. Insurers and the parties connected with them are increasingly being confronted with strict supervisory regulations. If the regulations change, this can have consequences for tax. Where this is the case, Meijburg & Co can proficiently guide you in the implementation of those changes, for example where the international structuring of insurance activities is concerned, or the determination of the LACDT position and the correlation between the tax fiscal balance sheet, the IFRS balance sheet and the Solvency II balance sheet. Would you like to know what else we can do for you? Then please visit the Insurance page.
We are also at home in the Investment Management sector. As in banking, this sector is developing rapidly. This changing climate brings not only tax risks, but also opportunities. Our specialists identify these opportunities for you, and exploit them. In this way, you can keep investing safely. You can find more information about this on our Investment Management page.
Is your tax position the first thing you think of when you are occupied with the preparation of a real estate transaction? Probably not. Nonetheless, it is important to have a clear overview of the various kinds of taxes at the earliest juncture. That is because the tax consequences of a sub-optimally structured transaction can be considerable. Our team can provide you with expert real estate tax advice. Please contact our experts via the Real Estate page.
Lastly, one of the most important sectors, because sooner or later, we all have to deal with it: pensions. Research has shown that a good pension scheme is one of the most important fringe benefits. However, pension schemes involve a range of complex and non-standard legislation. As a result, there are tax challenges for all parties concerned (employees, employers and pension funds or implementing organisations). Would you like to know how our experts can assist you? Then read more about our tax advice on our Pensions page.
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Would you like tax advice on anything related to Financial Services? You will find more information about our financial services on the various pages of the market sectors in question. You will also find the contact details of our professionals there. We look forward to working for you.