28-03-2022 13:45
The Netherlands: national tax reforms and the combat against aggressive tax schemes

European Parliament, building József Antall (4Q1) - Brussels
FISC Subcommittee FISC Subcommittee
Public hearing on “Case studies on Member States national tax policies - The Netherlands: implemented national tax reforms and the combat against aggressive tax schemes” © Image used under the license from Adobe Stock

On 28 March 2022, from 13:45 to 16:15, the FISC Subcommittee will host a public hearing on ‘Case studies on Member States national tax policies - The Netherlands: implemented national tax reforms and the combat against aggressive tax schemes’.

The purpose of the hearing is to gather insights and opinions from experts on the corporate tax reforms implemented or envisaged in the Netherlands to address tax evasion and aggressive tax planning, as well as their interaction with other national tax systems, mainly in the EU but also with the main economic partners of the Netherlands outside the EU. FISC Members will have the opportunity to examine remaining challenges and lessons to be learned for the EU and other Member States on the combat against aggressive tax systems.

The following experts have been invited:

  • Ms Anna Gunn, Partner, Gunn Tax Communication B.V.
  • Prof. Dr. Rainer Prokisch, Professor of Tax Law, University of Maastricht
  • Mr. Bernard ter Haar, Advisor Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations
  • Prof. Dr. Jan van de Streek, Professor of Tax Law, University of Leiden
  • Mr. Francis Weyzig, Tax Director, Central Planning Bureau (CPB)