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.
- A wake-up call for companies with commissionaire and similar structures
- Italian Supreme Court issues guidance on beneficial ownership conditions for pure holding companies
- Investing in the Netherlands via the UAE
- Maintaining a long-term European joint venture
- Dutch legislative amendments per 1 January 2018 aim to strengthen tax climate whilst tackling tax avoidance
- Changes to the Netherlands Innovation Box: Profit Allocation
- Transfer pricing aspects of centralized purchasing
- Changes to the Netherlands Innovation Box: limitation on IP assets
- Adjustments Luxembourg Transfer Pricing Rules
- Transfer of valuable intangibles
- The Hague decision on Netherlands non-resident taks
- Summary of international and Dutch tax developments in 2017
- Fiscal measures in German coalition agreement
- Amended substance requirements
- Introduction of a dividend withholding tax exemption
- New US tax reform
- BREXIT – what actions are required for companies doing business with and within the UK
- German Tax Court utilizes third party bank loan to benchmark shareholder loans
- This close to disclose? (EN)
- This close to disclose?
- De Belastingdienst kan geen ijzer met handen breken bij een afdoende transfer pricing documentatie
- Belastingplan 2019 – een selectie
- Innovatiebox-rulings, to rule or not to rule?
- The latest transfer pricing trends in the Netherlands
- De laatste transfer pricing trends in Nederland (EN)
- The potential impact of a Brexit on Tax