The Netherlands holds a strong position as a business hub for worldwide investments, given the favorable business environment of the Netherlands and its supportive government.

Our team is dedicated and internationally oriented

KPMG in the Netherlands has a dedicated team of audit, tax and advisory specialists, consisting of partners, managers and staff that work mainly for international companies. This gives them the benefit of having strong relationships with government bodies and other external advisors. They have strong relationships within the international KPMG network, which enables them to have effective communications, assist clients well with requests for specific information and organize international group audits, international tax issues and cross-border advisory projects. We have dedicated staff in The Netherlands with significant experience in countries and regions like Russia, Japan, Italy, Eastern-Europe and China.

KPMG can assist you in many ways

Our specialists can assist you in many ways. They:

  • perform both the audit of Dutch entities of international groups and the audit of the consolidated financial statements of Dutch companies with international group structures; 
  • advise international companies on the financial, commercial, cultural and tax issues and opportunities in the Dutch marketplace;
  • assist Dutch and international groups to establish contacts within the international KPMG network and provide useful information about international locations by making use of this network.

Our services

With our strong international network within KPMG, we are able to understand and respond to the exact needs of each individual client, providing services as:

  • market entry support, including:
    • conducting a feasibility study;
    • selecting the most appropriate business vehicle; 
    • registering for local taxes; 
    • applying for work and residence permits and the 30% ruling;
    • fiscal and legal advice in preparation for starting up operations.
    • advice on contacting trust offices, notaries and other external consultants;
    • advice on maximizing the tax structure;
    • advice on Dutch accounting requirements, such as:
    • preparation and publication requirements with respect to financial statements;
    • consolidation requirements;
    • differences between Dutch GAAP and IFRS.
    • advice on the audit and accounting requirements for specific transactions, such as (de-) mergers and contributions in kind;
    • advice on the accounting impact of specific transactions and introduction to KPMG specialists in the field of Corporate Finance, Tax or Transaction Services.



More information can be found in this brochure.