14 September 2022
14:00 GMT / 16:00 CEST
With its open economy, the Netherlands is renowned as one of the world's leading financial centres and a jurisdiction that hosts a sizable international business community.
The Netherlands is one of the simpler jurisdictions globally. The country's competitive fiscal climate and friendly business environment make it an attractive location for multinationals to place their European or global headquarters.
However, there has been an increase in complexity in recent years related to changes in the accounting and tax space. This has also been driven by global changes at an EU level, directly impacting the Netherlands.
Join our webinar to learn more about the current business landscape as well as the incentives and opportunities of the market.
- The Netherlands in the Global Business Complexity Index (GBCI)
- Business landscape overview
- Upcoming legislation changes: ATAD3
Mark Weil, CEO, TMF Group
Mark Weil worked as a consultant for two decades, in Europe, North America and Asia. He became a partner at Oliver Wyman, where he ran the global retail banking practice and latterly the EMEA region. Following this, he was appointed as Marsh's CEO, UK and Ireland. During his tenure, it became the largest insurance broker in the UK. He has led work on cyber risk for the UK government. Mark joined TMF Group as CEO in 2018.
Michael Jansen, Head of Business Development, TMF Netherlands
Michael is Head of Business Development and part of the Management Team at TMF Netherlands. Michael has over 25 years of experience in the Finance Industry. In addition to his role at TMF Group, he is active as Advisor for Start-ups and Scale-Ups.
Marca Wosoba, Managing Director- Europe, Modulr Finance
As Managing Director- Europe, Marca is leading Modulr Europe from its hub in Amsterdam. She is accountable for expansion into the European market, with a focus on supporting digital companies with embedded payments. Marca's an accomplished fintech leader with extensive financial services leadership experience and expertise in new market entry, partnerships, strategic public and government affairs, regulatory licences, FX, payments as well as international experience spanning Europe, China and other Asian markets.
Boudewijn Barth, Head of Office / Vice Consul General, the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA)