Deloitte Switzerland's Tax & Legal practice strengthens its capabilities with Thomas Hug joining as Partner - Tax and Legal blog

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Deloitte Switzerland is delighted to announce that Thomas Hug joined its Tax & Legal team as Partner on 1 November. This intake marks the continued strategic expansion of Deloitte`s tax-related services in the Swiss marketplace.

Thomas Hug is a tax practitioner with more than 15 years of experience in Swiss and international tax law and serves as a substitute judge of the Tax Appeals Court of the Canton of Zurich. He has more than 15 years of experience in Swiss and international tax matters, in particular in transfer pricing, tax accounting & reporting (IFRS, US GAAP, Swiss GAAP FER) and Pillar 2 (global minimum taxation). Thomas is a Swiss Certified Tax Expert. He regularly speaks on tax topics at national and international tax conferences and is a lecturer in the transfer pricing executive programme at the University of Lausanne. Thomas regularly publishes on current tax topics and is co-author of various books, among other the first comprehensive book on transfer pricing in Switzerland. He is an examiner for the Swiss Certified Tax Expert examination, and a member of EXPERTsuisse, – Schweizer Verband für Rechnungslegung und Controlling and Schweizerische Vereinigung der Richterinnen und Richter.

Thomas will focus on building Deloitte Switzerland's National Tax Office and further scaling the International Tax practice with his expertise in global minimum taxation, transfer pricing, and tax accounting.

Contact details 

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Thomas Hug
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +41 58 279 6116


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