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    Ewout’s tax practice is a mix of transactional work, both national and international, and traditional client counselling.

    Quality-conscious. Internationally recognized. Proactive.

    Ewout specialises in Dutch and international tax law applied i.a. to mergers and acquisitions (both for corporates, including private equity, and management), debt restructuring, real estate investments, share/bond issues and private clients.

    Before joining Van Doorne, Ewout worked for the Dutch Ministry of Finance, and the Amsterdam, Singapore, Tokyo and New York offices of two other Dutch law firms.

    Ewout is the past co-chair of the Taxes Committee of the International Bar Association.

    Tax Mergers & Acquisitions Private Equity Venture Capital Ewout van Asbeck Ewout’s tax practice is a mix of transactional work, both national and international, and traditional client counselling.

    Recommendations

    Recommended Lawyer - The Legal 500 EMEA 2019, Tax

    "He is always confident about the outcomes and he will deliver on projections" -  Chambers Europe 2019, Tax

    "Recommended Lawyer" - The Legal 500 EMEA 2018, 2017, Tax

    "Clients appreciate his availability, reporting that he is ready to assist them 'any time, any place' and add that he is 'aware of such a diverse range of tax aspects'." - Chambers Europe 2018, Tax

    "Van Doorne is a 'Leading Firm'" - The Legal 500 EMEA 2019, Tax

    "'The team is available and flexible', adding that the lawyers are 'experienced and have knowledge of our business. When I have a problem, they are always available'" - Chambers Europe 2019, Tax

    "The team created a lot of value for our company" - Chambers Europe 2019, Tax

    "Completely satisfied with the services, knowledge and fees and the quality of the work done for us." - Chambers Europe 2018, Tax

    "Provides a good service by connecting with a huge network of people in and outside the Netherlands." - Chambers Europe 2018, Tax

    "Very experienced and highly qualified." - Chambers Europe 2018, Tax