Shaomei Chen is a tax associate at NautaDutilh, based in the Amsterdam office. She advises Dutch and international clients on a diverse range of corporate tax issues, with a focus on Asian outbound and inbound investments, as well as on mergers and acquisitions, and corporate restructurings. In addition, she is a PhD candidate at Leiden University, doing her research on the topic of double taxation in dual-source triangular cases.
Before relocating to the Netherlands, Ms Chen received an LLB from Renmin University of China, Beijing, and was admitted to the bar in the People’s Republic of China. She moved to the Netherlands in 2015 and completed an advanced LLM in International Tax Law with summa cum laude at Leiden University in 2016. After that, she worked as a researcher at the International Tax Center Leiden, where she still acts as a guest lecturer, teaching International Tax Law for the programmes organized in China. Ms Chen has (co-)authored several articles on international tax law. She is also the co-author of the Triangular Cases chapter of IBFD’s Global Tax Treaties Commentaries.