We use two main types of private foundations:
Both forms of private foundations are excellent solutions to:
A public benefit “ANBI” organization is also interesting in terms of CSR/philanthropy because it boosts the company’s image. It also helps plan attractive and exclusive family estates and reduce family disputes. It can also be a solution for difficult and complex international wealth planning structures that failed due to anti-abuse laws.
We also use Private Foundations to protect the assets and create flexible tax exempt wealth plans for families that do not live in the Netherlands. Read more in Foundations and trusts and Estate & Succession planning.
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Shareholder Foundations of Enterprises: the North European style of securing family businesses for the long term In this article, Ineke Koele explores together with Rasmus Feldthusen from the University of Kopenhagen, how and why the traditional business succession system within family businesses needs to be reconsidered.
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.