Since 2004, Remmel has been a tax advisor for internationally operating businesses. He is specialized in Dutch corporate income tax. Remmel has gained valuable experience in cross-border mergers, acquisitions, and restructuring.

In addition to ensuring the avoidance of negative tax consequences, Remmel enjoys the challenge of identifying tax savings and realizing these in consultation with the client. He specializes in identifying non-tax aspects, such as legal and accountancy consequences.

As a member of the German desk he advises numerous Dutch subsidiaries of German multinationals. Remmel is also a a member of the Central and Eastern Europe desk, and the Avoidance of Double Taxation, and Automotive tax knowledge groups.


  • International tax law

Education and memberships

  • Advanced LL.M., International and European Tax Law, International Tax Center, Leiden
  • Fiscal Economics, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
  • Member of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisors


  • Van Dijk, R. & Mettes, T. (2009). Ongewenste bijwerkingen groepsrentebox ("Unwelcome consequences of the group interest box"). Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Fiscaal Recht 2009/1773.
  • Van Dijk, R. & van den Tillaart, L.J.A. (2007). Interest deduction in the Netherlands. Tax Planning International Review, 2007/34, pp. 3-7.