Join our special edition of our upcoming VAT Hybrid breakfast event on 6 June 2024 - simultaneously in Zurich, Geneva and virtually. - Tax and Legal blog


We would like to invite you to our upcoming special VAT Breakfast event. During the event we will provide you with insights from VAT considerations for Pillar II and Transfer Pricing discussions. In the virtual part we will also discuss the latest  updates on Swiss and EU developments. The event will take place on  Thursday 6 June 2024 in both Zurich and Geneva offices as well as partially online.  

 As part of the event, our speakers, including the Head of the Deloitte Swiss Tax Office Thomas Hug, will provide insights into:

  • Swiss and EU latest developments: We will share our latest updates on Swiss and EU VAT, including the revised Swiss VAT Law.
  • VAT considerations for Pillar II discussions: We will share the teams' experiences from client projects & discussion on the VAT impact respectively consequences of Pillar II structuring. In particular we will supplement our presentation with case studies.
  • VAT & Transfer Pricing: We will present how VAT and Transfer Pricing can be aligned. Based on a number of real live examples we will illustrate how inconsistencies between VAT & Transfer Pricing can impact the VAT position and what can be done to align the two.

Hybrid event format:

To accommodate your preferences, this event will be partially run in an hybrid format.
On registration you can choose to join us on-site in Zurich or in Geneva and have the opportunity to listen to our special topics covering Pillar II and Transfer Pricing VAT considerations as well as network with your peers. By choosing to join the event virtually, you will be able to get insights on the latest update on the revised Swiss and EU VAT developments (only).


Key contacts


Romy Mueller - Partner, Indirect Tax

Romy is leading the Swiss Deloitte VAT team and is responsible for SAP Tax within Deloitte Switzerland. She has 15+ years experiences in advising Swiss and international companies in all VAT matters. Her focus is on international trade structures, M&A and post-merger integration.


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Constant Dimitriou - Director, Indirect Tax

Constant is a Director leading the Indirect Tax practice in Romandie (Geneva and Lausanne). He has 15+ years of experience in EU and Swiss VAT covering all industries with a focus on the trading and FSI sectors. He advises Swiss and foreign multinationals notably on complex supply chain projects (structuring and optimization), internal processes and controls, systems, VAT audits and VAT compliance. Constant regularly intervenes as external speaker on VAT matters and has been listed as a Swiss Indirect Tax Leader in the International Tax Review for many years.



Coralie Dumoulin - Director, Indirect Tax

Coralie is a Director within Deloitte in Switzerland with 16 years of experience in VAT, working, notably, for a Swiss multinational company of the Manufacturing and Consumer Business sector, prior to joining Deloitte, and doing a 3-years secondment at Deloitte Global Tax Center (Europe). I have a wide experience in many Swiss and European VAT matters, including practical skills in dealing on a day-to-day basis with the systems.



Tim Reck - Director, Indirect Tax

Tim an Indirect Tax Director based in the Deloitte Zürich office. With over 20 years' experience, Tim is one of the most experienced technical experts known for his work on advising international VAT across the 27 Members of the EU and Switzerland. Tim oversees VAT planning and execution of Swiss based principals trading internationally, from the initial conception of the company through to designing the efficient supply chain, the associated compliance, and ERP implementation. Tim is a Certified German Tax Accountant. He is a member of the VAT competency center of the professional organization for auditors and tax advisors, Expertsuisse. The International Tax Review has listed Tim as an Indirect Tax Leader 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 for Switzerland



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