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CMS Turkish Business Desk -The link between the Dutch and Turkish business community 

CMS guides you through its Turkish Business Desk in The Netherlands and Turkiye. Our desk is the point of contact for businesses in the Netherlands wishing to do business in Turkiye, but also for Turkish companies considering doing business in the Netherlands. Over the years the lawyers of the Turkish Business Desk have developed extensive specialised experience with respect to Turkish related transactions and litigation. Both Dutch and Turkish entrepreneurs in different sectors turn to the Turkish Business Desk for advice regarding among others: the incorporation of a company, employment matters and various corporate and tax aspects.

The Turkish Business Desk can assist you in the following areas:

  • Water
  • Infrastructure
  • Transport & Logistics
  • Environment
  • (Wind) Energy
  • Agro-industry
  • Automotive
  • Health Care sector
  • Financial sector
  • Creative sector
  • Pharma/Lifesciences
  • Chemical industry
  • ICT/Telecom
  • R&D

The lawyers of the Turkish Business Desk prevent or remove commercial and cultural differences or language problems in order to build productive and international relationships. Also through our co-operation with local, Turkish legal partners, specialists in their field, and our business network within Turkiye, we are able to ensure that international ambitions can be fulfilled.

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The International Desk Team

The Turkish Business Desk lawyers provide a wide range of services for commercial entrepreneurs, both in The Netherlands and in Turkiye. They offer you full-service legal advice in all possible areas of law, both Turkish and Dutch law, and, in addition, have in-depth knowledge of various sectors and the local culture. Entrepreneurs assisted by the Turkish Business Desk choose for full-service legal advice with one single point of contact with respect to all of their legal matters. In a personal and efficient way CMS offers you high-level legal service.


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31/01/2019
CMS welcomes Turkish delegation of Chambers of Commerce in Amsterdam
On Wednesday 30 January, the Turkish Business Desk of CMS in the Netherlands had the honor to welcome participants from different Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Turkiye. The visit was made possible...
15/05/2012
400 years of diplomatic relations between Turkey and the Netherlands
In 2012, Turkiye and the Netherlands will mark their 400 years of diplomatic relations. On this occasion, our Turkish Business Desk (TBD) will host a special event on Tuesday the 15th of May, in close...
28/10/2011
The New Turkish Commercial Code
On January 13, 2011 the Turkish Parliament ratified The New Turkish Commercial Code (the "New TCC"). According to expectations, the New TCC will enter into force on July 1, 2012 and replace the current...
22/08/2011
Our Experience for Turkish Investors
This brochure addresses Turkish investors with interest in Europe.CMS lawyers have been working extensively on Turkiye-related matters for more than 15 years. Over this time we have developed a deep understanding...
07/06/2011
The Relevance of Foreign Business Practices Under Dutch Law
In a recent Dutch Supreme Court decision (HR 11 February 2011, LJN: BO9613) it came up for discussion whether Turkish business practices could play a role in the interpretation of a contract under Dutch...
01/03/2011
Getting paid: differences in debt-collecting between The Netherlands and...
There is a high trading volume between the Netherlands and Turkiye. Turkiye has enormous potential for foreign investors, in particular Dutch investors. Furthermore, the Netherlands is a major export...