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Roderik advises mainly investment funds on the tax aspects of fund structuring, private equity M&A and real estate investments. He has broad experience in advising property investment funds, in the private as well as the listed sector (REITs). He has particular experience in the field of cross-border investment structuring involving the Benelux countries, France, Spain and Portugal. He worked at the Loyens & Loeff Paris office from 2001 through 2004 and headed the Paris tax team from 2009 through 2014.

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Memberships

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The Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (NOB)
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The International Fiscal Association (IFA)
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The Institut des Avocats Conseils Fiscaux (IACF)
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The European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Real Estate Vehicles (INREV)
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Qualifications

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LL.M. American Law, Boston University School of Law, 1998
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Fiscaal recht, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, 1997

What others say

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"Roderik Beckers has a prominent practice advising multinational investment funds on tax matters relating to investments in the Netherlands."
Chambers Europe (2021)
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"Roderik Beckers advises financial sector clients on the tax aspects of acquisitions. He also assists with the tax elements of reorganisations."
Chambers Europe (2020)
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“Roderik Beckers works on a range of tax issues including multi-jurisdictional investments, corporate and real estate transactions. One source lauds him as 'an experienced lawyer who is always available and very pragmatic', adding: 'Beckers is rigorous and always delivers high-quality, fine-tuned work on time'."
Chambers Europe (2019)
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"Roderik Beckers has outstanding technical skills, and is at the same time very accessible; his ability to explain Dutch tax concepts stands out, as does his creativity in thinking of multijurisdictional issues."
Legal 500 (2022)
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"Has outstanding technical skills, and is at the same time very accessible,"
Chambers & Partners Europe (2022)
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"His ability to explain Dutch tax concepts stands out, as does his creativity in thinking of multi-jurisdictional issues."
Chambers & Partners Europe (2022)
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