Harmen van Dam
Partner - Tax adviser

Harmen van Dam

Harmen van Dam, tax expert, heads Loyens & Loeff’s International Tax Services practice group and the Transfer Pricing team. He focuses on corporate and international tax law.

About Harmen van Dam

Harmen advises clients on Dutch corporate tax and dividend tax, particularly in respect to transfer pricing (advance pricing agreements, general audits, corresponding adjustments, mutual consultation procedures, etc.), mergers and acquisitions, and international corporate structuring.

He regularly teaches at the International Tax Center (ITC) in Leiden and the Academy of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers.

“Clients particularly appreciate Harmen’s pragmatic approach and drive to come up with innovative solutions.”

What others say about Harmen

ITR - Transfer Pricing 2021: Harmen is ‘Highly Regarded’ by the International Tax Review for Transfer Pricing (2021).

Legal 500: "Harmen van Dam is recommended." (2020)

Who's Who Legal - Corporate Tax Advisory: Harmen is ranked as 'Recommended'. (2020)

Best of the Best Global Guide 2018: Harmen is recognised as ‘one of the top 30 Transfer Pricing practitioners worldwide’

Memberships

  • Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (NOB)
  • International Fiscal Association (IFA)
  • Association of Tax Science
  • International Bar Association (IBA)

Qualifications

  • LL.M. in Taxation, New York University, 1996
  • Tax law, Leiden University, 1991

Publications

  • Van Dam, J.K.H. (2020). Contribution to the chapter Transfer Pricing; IBFD - Tax Research Platform. Consulted from: https://research.ibfd.org/#/doc?url=/collections/tp/html/tp_nl_chaphead.html
  • Van Dam, J.K.H. (2018, March/April). The Zinc Case - Burden of Proof and Business Restructurings in the Netherlands, International Transfer Pricing Journal
  • Van Dam, J.K.H. (2017). Post-BEPS Tax Advisory and Tax Structuring from a Tax Practitioner's View, Erasmus Law Review, 2017, nr.1

Languages

  • Dutch
  • English

T: +31 10 224 63 48
E: [email protected]

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