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Women in Tax Leaders 2017 – 10 tax leaders of Loyens & Loeff are listed

Amsterdam, 3 October 2017 - We proudly announce that 10 of our Loyens & Loeff colleagues are listed in Women in Tax Leaders 2017. A guide to the leading women of tax leaders in the world.

Procedural changes in Belgian income tax law: increased importance of compliance

This is the 3rd edition of the Women in Tax Leaders guide which International Tax Review (ITR) published. ITR mentioned that they want to highlight women who are making progress in their fields and emphasize that this development needs to continue for women in what is perceived as a male-dominated industry (ITR, 2017).

Loyens & Loeff’s leading women

The Netherlands

  • Marja de Best 
  • Margriet Lukkien
  • Trudy Perié

Belgium

  • Caroline Docclo
  • Natalie Reypens

Luxembourg

  • Dominique Afink
  • Chiara Bardini
  • Cécile Henlé
  • Nadège Le Gouellec

Switzerland

  • Marieke Bakker

Inclusion in the Women in Tax Leaders guide has been based on a minimum number of nominations received from peers and clients, along with evidence of outstanding success in the past year.

Women in Tax Leaders 2017

More information on Women in Tax Leaders 2017 is available on the website of International Tax Review.



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