Mr. D.Y. Li
Mr. D.Y.Li (Yung Li) graduated from law school of the University of Groningen became a Dutch lawyer in 1999. He has extensive experience in legal practice for Chinese companies and individuals in the Netherlands and is fluent in Chinese. Mr. Li is the Chairman of Inspraakorgaan Chinezen (IOC), an organisation for protecting the interests of the Chinese community in the Netherlands. Li is also the founder of Li China Service.
Mr. V.L. van Wieringen
Mr. V.L. van Wieringen (Tijn) studied law in the Netherlands and the USA. He is a lawyer since 1998. For more than a decade the main focus of his practise was on immigration law. He handled over a thousand cases in this field. Both personal and business issues are important in immigration law. In recent years, he and Li successfully provided legal services to many Chinese clients in different fields of law.
Mr. D.M. Li
Mr. D. M. Li (Di Mei) graduated from law school at the University of Groningen, specializing in the field of Dutch Tax Law. He works as a financial advisor and has extensive experience in financial administration, salary administration, financial annual report preparation and Dutch tax law. He is fluent in both Dutch and Cantonese.
Mr. G. Zeng
Mr. G. Zeng (Guang) studied management science at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) and also studied accountancy at the University of Groningen. He works as a financial advisor and has solid experience in financial administration, salary administration, financial annual report preparation and Dutch tax law.
He is fluent in Dutch and Chinese.
dr. F.J. van Dijk FB
Mr. F.J. van Dijk (Freddy) studied tax economy at the University of Groningen. He is a tax advisor since 1998. He is a member of the largest Dutch organization of tax advisors (Federatie Belastingadviseurs). For more than a decade the main focus of his practice has been on tax advice and tax law. He advises big and small companies on how to obtain an optimal fiscal position under Dutch tax law. He has an extensive experience in tax procedures in the Netherlands.