During the 2nd Annual Global Leaders Wealth Management Forum, held in London on 11 September, Ineke participated as a speaker in a panel on Philanthropy:
While philanthropy is facing an ever broader range of criticism, for unsuitable bedfellows (BP, Sackler, Stagecoach, aso), sloppy management (Oxfam, Save the Children), for being unaccountable, for getting a free ride at the expense of the treasury (Arnault and Pinault), for oversized influence on research, education and health policies (Bill Gates), and for perpetuating economic inequality - traditional, disinterested charity (Wilsdorf style) seems a relic of a bygone age -, philanthropy seems ever more lively, diverse and innovative. This panel proposes to take stock.
THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF OUR CONSTITUTIONAL FREEDOM BY POPULIST SYMBOL POLITICS After several decades of research and practice in the non-profit sector, I have become deeply convinced that this sector forms the buffers of our democratic society based on the rule of law.
Enlarging Space for International Philanthropy Following up on her analysis on the topic in her doctoral dissertation, Dr.
Dutch foundations - ANBI or not ANBI With Brexit on the agenda, there is increased attention for the use of charitable organizations in the Netherlands.
Tax issues of public interest generosity In the annual book 2016/2017 of 'De Dikke Blauwe' in relation to Philanthropy, Major Donors and Social Enterprises, Ineke Koele has written an analysis (in Dutch) of the tax issues of public interest generosity.
Quote interview Family Wars As a specialist on Tax and Wealth Disputes, Ineke Koele has been interviewed by Sander Schimmelpenninck for the November issue of 'Quote' on Family Wars.
The Dutch Private Foundation in comparison with trusts: for the same purpose but rather different Trusts & Trustees, Oxford University Press, February 2016, p. 140-145. The Dutch Private Foundation provides an alternative paradigm for sustainable asset protection purposes.