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Marnix Van Keirsbilck

Marnix Van Keirsbilck

Marnix Van Keirsbilck, born in Oostende (Belgium) on May 3, 1960, studied law at the Catholic University of Leuven. In addition he obtained the degree of licentiate in Economics at the Catholic University of Leuven and an LL.M (Master of Laws) at Harvard Law School (Massachusetts, USA).

He started his career in the USA where he worked from 1986 until 1987 for Cole, Corette & Abrutuyn (Washington, D.C., USA) and from 1987 to 1990 for Baker & McKenzie (San Francisco, California, USA). In 1991 he was also visiting scholar at Boalt Hall School of Law (Berkeley, California, USA). From 1991 until 1996 he worked for De Bandt, Van Hecke and Lagae (currently Linklaters).

He joined the firm on October 1, 1996, where he became a partner in 2001

He is the author of several articles in national and international tax journals (including Intertax, European Taxation, Tax Notes International, Algemeen Fiscaal Tijdschrift, Le Courrier Fiscal/De Fiscale Koerier and Expat News) and co-author of books on the new Belgian-Dutch double taxation convention and the new Belgian-US double taxation convention. He is a member of IFA (International Fiscal Association) and a member of the State Bar of California, USA (inactive status).


Legal branches
Income taxes
Estate planning
Corporate reorganizations
International tax law.


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