Connie is a former partner at Ernst & Young. In 2012, she decided to set up her own firm with Hendrik. It turned out to be a good decision, as it enabled her to focus on giving her clients uniform advice more so than before. In her work, she is particularly dedicated to maritime affairs, but finds consultancy services to the semi-public sector just as invigorating. She is known for being able to establishing meaningful connections, not only between people and companies, but also between solutions and problems.
Connie graduated from Tilburg University in Fiscal Economics. She worked at Ernst & Young for 15 years, of which the last three years as partner.
Hendrik gave up his successful career because he felt “it could be done better”. At C&B More, he aims to achieve this objective on a daily basis. This has earned him the reputation of being determined and innovative. He enjoys finding unconventional solutions and does not stop until he has attained his goal.
Hendrik graduated from the University of Groningen in Business Administration (Financial Value Management) and Fiscal Economics. He worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young as a tax consultant.
Martijn van der Kroon
Martijn can be described as a committed expert. He is extremely knowledgeable and always on the look-out for the best solution for his client. He wants to know the ins and outs of his clients and does not stop asking questions until he is satisfied with the answers. His inquisitiveness serves a single purpose, namely to have absolute certainty that he gives the best advice.
Martijn graduated in Economics (with honours) and Fiscal Law (Direct Taxes) from Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR). In 2013, he completed the post-experience Master programme European Fiscal Studies (Direct Taxes) at EUR. Martijn worked as a tax consultant, specialising in Personal Tax Services, at Ernst & Young and as a lecturer in Fiscal Economics at EUR. He regularly published articles in fiscal journals.
Diliana Dijkstra – Roemeling
Diliana is a perfectionist who is dedicated to her work. She sinks her teeth into a case and elegantly works her way to her goal. She finds joy in her daily work in the combination of figures and tax advice and thrives on the attendant hustle and bustle. The fact that she can be in contact with the people behind the numbers makes her work complete.
Diliana studied Fiscal Economics at Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen followed by Fiscal Law at the University of Groningen. She worked as a tax return officer at De Jong & Laan.
Alien van den Berg
Alien is highly involved in her clients’ cases and made the conscious decision to work at a smaller, yet inspired, firm namely C&B More. She particularly enjoys working in close cooperation with her clients and the firm’s pragmatic working method. She used to play sports at a top level, which required serious perseverance and passion. Characteristics which she now happily brings to the table for her clients and colleagues.
Alien studied Fiscal Law at the University of Groningen. She worked as a tax consultant at Bakker & Partners and Accon avm.
Emiel has worked hard to gain a lot of experience as a tax adviser over the last years. From the start, he noticed how fantastic it was to find smart and solid solutions for his clients. His inquisitiveness and ambition to arrive at the best tax advice eventually brought him and C&B More together.
Emiel graduated as a tax economist from the University of Applied Sciences in Groningen and his previous jobs include tax adviser at Countus accountants and advisers.
Enno is a definite go-getter who does everything he can for his clients. His drive is as effortless as it is effective; he wants to make a big difference for his clients. He is therefore really able to enjoy devising clear, understandable and appropriate solutions to complex situations for his clients. After all, the strength of a good advice lies in its simplicity.
Enno graduated in Fiscal Economics from Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen and in Fiscal Law from the University of Groningen. He worked for EY as a tax advisor for over seven years.