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Alice van Vught

Belastingadviseur

CMS
Atrium - Parnassusweg 737
1077 DG Amsterdam
PO Box 94700
1090 GS Amsterdam
Netherlands
Languages Dutch, French, English

Elisabeth (Alice) van Vught is a belastingadviseur in our Tax Practice Group. She has more than ten years of work experience as a Tax Lawyer / Attorney-at-law in the Netherlands and abroad (France, Netherlands Antilles and Luxembourg) and specialises in Corporate Tax and International Tax Law.

She focuses on high-end tax transactional/ corporate restructuring and tax planning work with an international dimension and is particularly interested in the BEPS project and the US tax reform. She has published various articles in Dutch tax literature.

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Education

  • International & European Tax Law (Adv. LL.M.), Leiden University
  • Civil Law, Tilburg University
  • Tax Law, Tilburg University
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23/05/2020
Dutch Su­preme Court con­firms con­tin­ued ap­plic­ab­il­ity of debt clas­si­fic­a­tion...
25 May 2020
Dutch Su­preme Court con­firms con­tin­ued ap­plic­ab­il­ity of debt clas­si­fic­a­tion...
On 15 May 2020, the Dutch Su­preme Court is­sued an im­port­ant de­cision on the debt clas­si­fic­a­tion rules for Dutch cor­por­ate in­come tax (CIT) pur­poses (case ECLI:NL:HR:2020:874). In­tro­duc­tion The case,...
12/09/2019
CMS as­sisted South Korean in­vestor Kiwoom As­set Man­age­ment on the € 130...
22 October 2018
The Dutch Gov­ern­ment re­con­siders the 2019 Tax Plan
Con­trary to the an­nounce­ments on Budget Day, the Dutch gov­ern­ment made pub­lic that the Dutch di­vidend with­hold­ing tax will not be ab­ol­ished. In lieu there­of, it is pro­posed to fur­ther re­duce the cor­por­ate...
27/09/2018
The Neth­er­lands: 2019 Tax Plan
11 October 2018
The Neth­er­lands: 2019 Tax Plan
Di­vidend with­hold­ing tax and cap­it­al gains The Di­vidend With­hold­ing Tax Act 1965 will be ab­ol­ished with ef­fect from 1 Janu­ary 2020. Sim­ul­tan­eously, a new con­di­tion­al with­hold­ing tax will be in­tro­duced...