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Domestic & International Tax Advising

Whether you want to implement a business idea or your company is already up and running – we will support you with a tax-optimised implementation of your activities.

You have family members in different countries or complex financial circumstances. We will advise you in all tax and legal matters, both domestic and international.

With our tax advisors and tax planners, the entire tax burden is always at the fore. By putting the results of our advising into practice, we assume responsibility and support you in all questions from the tax authorities. To safeguard your interests, we also represent you during appeals.

Scope of our Domestic and International Tax Advising

Our tax advising includes all types of taxes and social insurance. Our specialists in Swiss, Swedish and international tax law would be pleased to tackle the challenges that the quickly changing tax and political environment pose with you.

We offer the following services:

We would be pleased to provide you with comprehensive advice through our team of more than 25 qualified tax and legal experts.

Weber Olivier

Partner, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors, Head Tax

Tax & Legal Advice
Thomas Narbel

Partner, Group Leader Legal Geneva, Office Managing Partner Geneva

Tax & Legal Advice
Compliance
Finance and Banking

Events

5 December 2020
13:30 15:00

Willensvollstreckung

Kartause Itingen, Warth (TG)
Vortrag im Rahmen des Kurses "Fachanwalt SAV Erbrecht"
10 December 2020
09:00 13:00

Erbschaftsplanung und Willensvollstreckung in der Praxis

Weiterbildungszentrum der Universität Zürich, Schaffhauserstrasse 228, Zürich
Update Erbrecht: Das Erbrecht ist sowohl auf nationaler wie auch auf internationaler Ebene in Bewegung; es sind Revisionen im Gang (Revision des ZGB und des IPRG). Daneben entwickelt sich die Rechtsprechung ständig weiter.

Latest Releases

6 October 2020
Wenn bei der Gründung eines liechtensteinischen Trusts die Vorschriften über dessen Gründung genau befolgt wurden, ist dieser in der Schweiz zivilrechtlich grundsätzlich anzuerkennen.
22 September 2020
Der Bundesrat hat dem Parlament einen Entwurf und eine Botschaft für die Revision von Art. 86-96 IPRG vorgelegt.