About Margriet Lukkien
She advises multinationals (especially North-American-based), financial institutions and sovereign wealth funds on Dutch corporate tax and dividend tax aspects and accompanying international tax aspects. Her expertise includes international structuring/restructuring taking into account the OECD and EU developments on BEPS.
Margriet is an active member of the International Tax Affairs Section of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (NOB). In addition she is an active member of the International Bar Association (IBA), since she won the 2010 IBA Taxation Scholarship. Margriet has been an officer of the IBA Taxes Committee since 2013 and she has taken up the role of co-chair of the IBA Taxes Committee for 2019 and 2020.
What others say about Margriet
Legal 500: "Margriet Lukkien is absolutely outstanding, both from a technical perspective but also in her international profile. She is a real role model to others. I work most closely with Margriet Lukkien on a number of restructurings, involving both US and non-US multinationals. Margriet brings in and supervises her team. She is fantastic: organised, responsive and technically very smart. She manages her teams well, both tax and corporate. Margriet Lukkien stands out as an expert for international tax law; she explains complex legal regimes by coming right to the point and she has a great feeling for communicating her ideas and suggestions so you know what counts. Vincent van der Lans and Margriet Lukkien are both exceptional tax lawyers at Loyens. When we work together, it feels like we are partners at the same firm. Both Vincent and Margriet are super-responsive and creative, with advice that is crisp and clear." Margriet Lukkien is ranked as "Next Generation Partners". (2021)
Legal 500 EMEA 2019: "Margriet Lukkien is notable for her international tax advice."
ITR Women in Tax Leaders, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020: Since 2017 Margriet has been listed as one of the Women in Tax Leaders as published in “The comprehensive guide to the world’s leading female tax advisers” of the International Tax Review.