EY Dutch Caribbean introduces Rose Boevé to their Management team

WILLEMSTAD -  EY Dutch Caribbean is pleased to introduce Rose Boevé, the newest addition to the Management Team of EY Tax Advisors. Rose joined EY Dutch Caribbean as per September 12th as a Senior Manager International Tax Services.
 
Rose started her career in 2005 at international indirect tax at EY Amsterdam, the Netherlands. In 2009 she was moved to EY New York and in 2013, Rose joined the indirect tax practice of another Big4 firm in New York. She now rejoins EY Dutch Caribbean.
 
She served as board member of Young EY, and as chairwoman of the Jonge Orde van Belasting- adviseurs (junior association of tax advisers) in the Netherlands. She was also board member of various New York based not for profit organizations such as; Arts Olympus, World Music Institute, and Archive of Contemporary Music. Rose is an active volunteer, her most recent efforts consist of disaster relief after the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal.
 
Rose has published various articles on global indirect tax matters throughout her career and is a frequent speaker at internal and external seminars and conferences. 
 
EY Dutch Caribbean is very happy to welcome Rose back into the EY family!
EY Tax is one of the world’s most globally coordinated tax practices, with a network of over 38,000 professionals in 145 countries dedicated to setting the standard for exceptional client service. We help our clients understand and manage their tax compliance and reporting obligations responsibly and proactively. We help them assess, improve and monitor their tax function’s processes, controls and risk management and maintain effective relationships with the tax authorities.
 
In the Dutch Caribbean EY Tax Advisors consists of a group of best-in- class professionals specialized in the areas of Business Tax Compliance, Business Tax Advisory, Indirect Tax, International Tax Services, Tax Accounting & Risk Advisory Services, Tax Policy & Controversy, Transaction Tax, People Advisory Services and Family Business Services.
 
 
In Aruba:
EY Dutch Caribbean
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Tel: +297 582 4050
Fax: +297 582 6548
 
In Curaçao:
EY Dutch Caribbean
Zeelandia Office Park
Kaya W.F.G. (Jombi) Mensing 16
Tel: +5999 430 5000
Fax: +5999 461 5020
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