The Dutch Private Foundation: a robust but flexible tool in dynastic structuring

The Dutch private foundation is a robust and flexible tool for managing private wealth.
Beneficiaries do not have any interest in the Dutch foundation, whilst the family may retain
control over the autonomous board by various indirect means. If the assets originate from
non-residents exclusively, the use of a Dutch foundation may be very tax efficient.

Trusts & Trustees, Oxford University Press, 2014

view »

« Back
Dutch Bill on Transparency Civil Society Organizations

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.