"Take great pride in your work and the contribution you make to the world in which you operate."
Jeroen L. Davidson
Tax & Law Leader Belgium and the Netherlands
As of April 2013, Jeroen has joined the Leadership Team as our Regional Tax & Law Leader for Belgium and the Netherlands. His responsibilities include market growth, human resources development, quality and Service Line operations. His top priority in the near term will be achieving the growth targets set out in our Vision 2020.
Jeroen holds a Tax Law degree from the University of Amsterdam.
Jeroen’s professional values: “I believe in integrity and quality. Building on these two core values, we can grow our tax practice, providing opportunities for both our clients and our people. In this way, we can take great pride in our work and the contribution we make to the world in which we operate.”
Jeroen’s career path at EY: After his Military Service in the Dutch Army, Jeroen joined Moret Ernst & Young Belastingadviseurs in September 1990. From 1993 to 1995 he established the first Dutch Tax Desk of Ernst & Young in Milan, Italy. In 1995 Jeroen returned to the Netherlands and worked from 1995 to 1999 in the International Tax practice of Ernst & Young in Amsterdam. In 2000 he became a partner at Ernst & Young Belastingadviseurs.
His practice was built on Italian clients, various European multinationals and clients in the banking sector. From 2008 - 2011 Jeroen was Leader of the Financial Services Tax Practice in the Netherlands and Tax Market Segment Leader for Banking & Capital Markets for several European countries.
From 2011 - 2013 he held a position in the Tax & Law Management Team in Belgium and the Nedetherlands and was responsible for Finance & Operations and Priority Accounts.
Jeroen’s additional activities: Jeroen sits on the boards of a number of different charitable foundations. He currently is member of the board of the Turing Foundation – an organization which supports nature conservation, education, art and leprosy research – and he’s a board member of the “Amsterdammer helpt Amsterdammer Foundation” which focuses on improving social cohesion within the city of Amsterdam.
Dutch translation will follow soon.