Our Swiss Tax Reform Event New intercantonal “re-structuring creativity” and/or intercantonal exit taxation in view of Tax Reform? were hosted on Tuesday 03 September in Zurich or Tuesday 17 September in Geneva.
We discussed challenges and opportunities of intercantonal "re-structurings" in view of the implementation of Tax Reform.
During the events we will discuss:
- Conditions for the transfer of functions in an intercantonal context
- Application of the dealing at arm’s length principle in an intercantonal context vs. pragmatic approaches
- Developments in intercantonal and international taxation in view of Tax Reform
Our specialists will be joined by an expert from a Swiss authority.
Seats are limited.
16:00 - 16:15: Arrival, registration & welcome coffee
16:15 - 18:30: Workshop and discussion
18:30: Networking Apéro
Peter Brülisauer - Partner, International Tax
Peter is a Tax Partner with extensive experience in advising multinational companies on tax matters. This includes corporate restructuring, acquisition, finance restructuring, IP- and R&D-planning, cross-border tax planning, tax effective supply chain management as well as function and risk allocation within multinational groups. He also specialises in permanent establishment (PE) planning as well as profit attribution between PEs. Peter is lecturer in national and international taxation at the University of St. Gallen and a frequent speaker at tax conferences. He has a PhD in Law, University of St. Gallen and is Swiss Certified Tax Expert.
Daniel Stutzmann - Partner, International Tax
Daniel is a Tax Partner with more than 10 years of experience as an international corporate tax specialist. This includes a one year assignment in the US to lead the Swiss ICE Desk. Daniel has extensive experience in the area of cross-border structuring (like establishing tax efficient IP- and financing structures) as well as business reorganizations including large supply chain transformation projects. This also includes advising several multinationals in moving their worldwide/regional headquarters or central functions to Switzerland, while often establishing tax privileged Swiss principal companies. In his capacity as Swiss tax expert he has worked on a significant number of value chain alignment (“VCA”) projects, cross border restructuring and headquarter relocations.
Raoul Stocker - Partner, Business Tax Leader Zurich
Raoul Stocker is a tax partner with more than 15 years’ experience specifically in international tax litigation such as mutual agreement procedures and advanced pricing agreements. His focus lies on corporate tax planning, cross-border structuring of corporate transactions and businesses, transfer pricing as well as taxation of financial institutions. Raoul is also a lecturer of transfer pricing and tax law at the University of St. Gallen.
Jacques Kistler - Partner, International Tax
Jacques is the Lead Partner of our Corporate Tax service line in the French Speaking part of Switzerland, covering international tax and M&A. He has been a full time International Corporate Tax specialist for over 23 years.
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