Loek Helderman

Partner

KPMG Meijburg and Co

Loek is Global Tax Lead for KPMG IMPACT, covering KPMG’s ESG sustainability services, and also Partner at KPMG Meijburg & Co, KPMG in the Netherland’s tax firm. In his role as Global Tax Lead for KPMG IMPACT, Loek is responsible for serving as a strategic connection between the Global Tax & Legal network and KPMG IMPACT. Loek is also member of the KPMG Global Tax & Legal Management Team.

At KPMG Meijburg & Co, Loek co-leads the Dutch Corporate Clients Team and has been with the firm since 2010. As a Global Lead Tax Partner for several European global multinationals, Loek has been involved in a large number of projects in the field of Dutch and international corporate income tax. He also has extensive experience with large-scale corporate restructuring and has worked on numerous international projects in these fields.

Prior to KPMG, Loek spent more than 25 years at a large, fast-moving consumer goods company, where he held various international positions within the corporate tax department. During his last 10 years, Loek was a member of the tax leadership team and as VP European Tax Matters and Global Transfer Pricing. Before this, he held the role as VP Tax for the America's and Special Projects.

In his current position at Meijburg & Co, an independent member firm in KPMG’s global network, Loek supports multinational enterprises with local and international tax matters. Loek co-leads the KPMG Meijburg Corporate Clients Team and has a number of tax lead partner roles with Dutch multinationals, specializing in international taxation, transfer pricing and business restructuring. Prior to joining Meijburg & Co, Loek s

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Comments on the European Commission’s public consultations on the Energy Tax Directive and Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism and KPMG’s ESG approach

Authors: Loek Helderman, Global Tax Lead KPMG Impact, Mike Hayes,  KPMG Impact Lead on Climate Change and Decarbonization and Chris Morgan, Head of Global Tax Policy, KPMG International 

12 Nov 2020
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