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Lisette Kamysheva is currentlty finalizing her Master’s degree in Tax Law from the University of Amsterdam.
Lisette is a Tax Assistant at KC Legal, where she supports the team in their activities.
Susanne Ladiges is currently finalizing her Bachelor’s Degrees in Law and in Tax Law at Leiden University.
Susanne is a Tax Assistant at KC Legal where she supports the team in their activities.
At Kraaijeveld Coppus Legal, Milly works as Office Manager and in this position, she manages the day to day office operations.
Gerben studied Fiscal Economics in Tilburg and European Fiscal Studies (indirect tax) in Rotterdam. Gerben worked for 15 years in the VAT practice of KPMG, last in the lead of the Rotterdam and Den Haag VAT practice.
From 2008 he teaches VAT and Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT) at the Amsterdam School of Real Estate.
Gerben is an all-round VAT and RETT specialist and has focused on international supply chain, real estate advisory, financial services and cash flow optimization.
Benjamin started his career as a tax advisor in the field of (international) tax matters for individuals.
After joining KC Legal, Benjamin is dedicated to further build experience in the field of international corporate tax planning. Benjamin can be described as a very enthusiastic and focused tax advisor keen to to provide a hands-on approach, assuming responsibility and accountability for his clients.
Benjamin is a member of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisors (NOB).
Nick Kampfraat graduated in Fiscal Economics at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Nick is currently finishing his Master in Fiscal Economics also at the Amsterdam University.
From 2005, Nick worked at PWC where he held a position of Senior Tax Consultant and per January 2014 he joined Kraaijeveld Coppus Legal.
Nick is responsible for the preparing, supervising and reviewing of complex Dutch corporate income tax returns for multinational companies. He also advises clients in their discussions with the Dutch Tax Authorities.
Ceriel Coppus graduated in Tax Economics at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. He started his career at Deloitte where he worked in the international tax practice and the international M&A practice. In 2011 he joined Friggo and helped build the practice now known as Kraaijeveld Coppus Legal.
Ceriel has an in-depth experience in multinational group restructurings and joint venture investments. Ceriel has a profound knowledge of cross border investment structures and strengthened his international tax practice with a focus on the global reorganisations and private equity transactions
Ceriel is a member of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisors (NOB), the International Bar Association (IBA) and the International Fiscal Association (IFA). Ceriel is the Dutch contributor to the IBA’s research partner’s publication Getting The Deal Through – Taxation of Inbound Investments.
Friggo Kraaijeveld graduated in Tax Law at the University of Amsterdam. He also graduated in Civil Law and Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and obtained a postgraduate LLM in International Tax Law from the International Tax Centre of the University of Leiden.
Friggo worked in the field of international taxation at PWC and subsequently worked with a leading Dutch law firm. Friggo is specialized in tax issues with an international dimension, such as private equity structuring, cross-border investments, international trade and labour. Friggo has a strong track record in cross-border investment structures and structured finance.
Friggo is a member of the Dutch Order of Attorneys (NOvA), the Dutch Association of Tax Advisors (NOB), the International Bar Association (IBA) and the International Fiscal Association (IFA). Friggo is the Dutch contributor to the IBA’s research partner’s publication Getting The Deal Through – Taxation of Inbound Investments.