Marnix is a former EY Global Family Enterprise Leader, a trusted advisor supporting EY family-owned enterprise clients.
With over 25 years of experience at EY, his previous roles have included EY Global Private Client Services Leader, EY EMEIA Private Client Services Leader, Chairman of the EY BeNe Regional Partner Forum, EY EMEIA Advisory Council member and EY Global Governance Council member.
As a guest speaker, he regularly lectures on corporate and family governance as well as taxation, focused on wealthy entrepreneurial families, non-profit organizations and tax policy.
Marnix holds an LLM in Dutch Tax Law and Dutch Company Law from the University of Leiden.
How Marnix is building a better working world
“In many countries, family businesses form a bedrock upon which the economy and communities are built.
In some industries, family-owned businesses outperform their publicly listed rivals in terms of growth and innovation. EY family business programs, which include events and consulting work, allow EY clients to explore and adopt leading practices identified from other family-owned businesses.
By preserving and enhancing these businesses, we support the prosperity of both the family owners and the broader ecosystem that surrounds them.”