We would like to invite you to our half yearly webinar where we provide key updates and discuss recent tax developments that are important for the financial services industry on Wednesday 9 November 2022 at 08:30.
The focus of the webinar will be on the following topics:
- The impact of the recent vote on Swiss withholding tax reform
- Recent EU Court of Justice decisions and national and international VAT developments
- Global updates relating to transfer pricing
- OECD Pillar 2 developments
- Renegotiation of the double tax treaty between Switzerland and the USA
Please register for this webinar.
We look forward to welcoming you to an informative and insightful webinar. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Brandi Caruso - Partner, Financial Services Tax & Legal
Brandi heads Deloitte’s Financial Services Tax team in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. She has extensive expertise in advising the Swiss financial services industry on the implementation of US and international transparency regimes (including QI, FATCA, Section 871(m), CRS, MDR and DAC6). Brandi also leads the Financial Services Tax team's efforts relating to innovative technology solutions. Brandi is a US Certified Public Accountant and has 20 years of experience with Deloitte and has worked in London, San Diego and Zurich.
George Galumov - Partner, Transfer Pricing and Value Chain Alignment
George is a Transfer Pricing and Value Chain Alignment Partner with more than 14 years of transfer pricing experience covering tax and transfer pricing aspects of various intra-group transactions, including business model and transaction flow design, M&A activity, as well as, more mainstream transfer pricing documentation and planning engagements. George has worked with a number of leading multinational corporations including FTSE 100 companies, leading energy and resources companies, financial services institutions and private equity owned businesses. George has an MSc in Energy Trading and Finance from Cass Business School and is a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
Constant Dimitriou - Director, Indirect Tax
Constant is an Indirect Tax Director within Deloitte in Switzerland with more than 15 years of experience in EU VAT and Swiss VAT covering all industries, however, with particular experience in the trading sector. He specialises in advisory work on complex international supply chain projects (structuring and optimisation), VAT reviews, due-diligences, assistance with VAT audits, reporting and compliance.
Danielle Koyuncu - Director, Financial Services Tax
Danielle is a Director in the financial services Swiss tax team, specialized in advising financial institutions in the banking, insurance and asset management investment area. Danielle is a Swiss Certified Tax Expert with more than 15 years of experience in corporate international taxation and Swiss VAT. She holds a university degree in Business Administration and Master of Law of the University of Bern.
Maja Magnard - Director, Tax & Legal
Maja Magnard is a Director in our Corporate Tax practice focussing on the French speaking part of Switzerland, with 14 years of professional experience. Maja has significant professional experience as an international corporate tax specialist both in Financial services industry and the industrial field, in the area of M&A, cross border structuring, business reorganisations and negotiating tax rulings with the Swiss tax authorities at all levels for various types of taxes. Maja is a Swiss Certified Tax Expert, member of the Certified Tax Expert Organization and Expert for the Swiss Tax Academy exams.
Matthias Höhn - Senior Manager, Financial Services Tax & Legal
Matthias is the key contact person in the German speaking region of Switzerland for VAT related questions in the financial sector. He has over six years of experience with Deloitte and holds a LL.M. VAT from the Kalaidos Technical University and Master of Law from the University of Zurich. In the Swiss financial services industry he has supported clients in various VAT matters, including M&A advisory, compliance and rulings with the Swiss Federal Tax Administration.
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