About Patrick T.F. Schrievers

Patrick T.F. Schrievers concentrates his practice in the area of tax advisory for transnational business operations, with emphasis on intercompany transactions. Patrick represents companies in matters involving the Dutch Tax Administration and counsels corporate clients on transfer pricing issues and worldwide reorganizations. He advises foreign private clients on structuring investments in the Netherlands.

He is a frequent speaker at international conferences and is regularly asked to assist with transfer pricing dispute resolution (including mutual agreement procedures) and audits. He is also frequently involved in drafting and assessing transfer pricing documentation and country-by-country reporting. In addition to his involvement with the firm Patrick acts as (part-time) inhouse tax and finance advisor of multinational groups. In this function he advises on tax aspects of (domestic and cross-border) transactions and (re)structuring of investments.

Patrick graduated in Business economy and Tax economy, both from Tiburg University. He is a member of the Netherlands Association of Tax Advisers (NOB), the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and author of a series of papers about tax aspects of cross-border investment structuring. Before joining NovioTax he was a senior associate at Loyens & Loeff. Patrick joined NovioTax at the end of 2016 as a partner. Patrick serves as the editor of the monthly papers and blogs.


  • Implementation a of Master en Local Filing (International Tax Review, July 2017);
  • Netherlands preferred jurisdictions for hosting investments in India (International Tax Review, June 2017);
  • Revised Netherlands Innovation Box applied to software companies (International Tax Review, February 2017);
  • Amendments and developments involving Netherlands tax incentives promoting R&D activities (European Taxation, Vol. 56 (2016), no. 8);
  • Evolution of the Netherlands preferential IP regime (Internal publication Loyens & Loeff 2016);
  • The Netherlands has not turned a blind eye towards the international debate regarding tax planning (European Taxation, Vol. 54 (2014), no. 5).