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Arnout Vaninbroukx

Senior Associate

CMS DeBacker
Chaussée de La Hulpe 178
1170 Brussels
Languages Dutch, French, English

Arnout specialises in tax law (corporate income tax and VAT). He advises both national and international clients on all tax aspects and assists them in tax litigation.

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Relevant experience

  • Arnout started his career at the law firm Vandendijk & Partners in 2007, before joining the tax department of CMS in January 2013.
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  • 2007 - University of Leuven, KUL (Law Degree)
  • 2007 - Bar admission (Brussels, Belgium)
  • 2009 - Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (Master's Degree in Tax Management)
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  • "Kan de scheepsagent hoofdelijk worden gehouden tot voldoening van de BTW bij invoer ?", T.F.R. 2012, afl. 419, 369
  • "Hof van Justitie stelt voorwaarden aan hoofdelijke aansprakelijkheid tot voldoening BTW", T.F.R. 2012, afl. 422, 507
  • "Intercalaire interesten zijn begrepen in maatstaf van heffing voor onttrekking gebouw", T.F.R. 2012, afl. 431, 986
  • “Wet en Duiding fiscale procedure en fiscaal strafrecht”, Spriet, B., Symoens, H. (eds.), Vaninbroukx, A., e.a., Larcier, 2013
  • “Antwerps Hof van Beroep verduidelijkt recht op teruggaaf in de margeregeling”, T.F.R., 2013, afl. 439, 304
  • “Cassatie begrenst zevenjarige verjaringstermijn in oud artikel 81bis WBTW”, T.F.R., 2014, afl. 463-464, 566
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