PO Box 258
CH – 4010 Basel
Tel: +41 61 204 01 01
Direct: +41 61 204 01 70
Fax: +41 61 204 01 09
Noëmi Kunz-Schenk is an experienced tax lawyer
with a very broad area of expertise. She advises
national and international clients including large
multinationals, family run businesses, local small
enterprises and start-ups across different industries
such as retail, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods,
financial and insurance services, pension funds, and
Noëmi's areas of expertise are domestic and
international tax law and tax planning, particularly in
corporate reorganisations, restructurings, succession
planning, real estate, structured finance, financial
products, acquisitions and divestments as well as
private clients. Her language skills allow her to
advise clients in tax aspects all over Switzerland and
to communicate with the cantonal tax administrations in
German or French.
Noëmi has worked in various domains, countries
and multinational teams with diverse cultural
backgrounds, which helps her to better understand the
different needs of her international clients.
Furthermore, she has a broad experience working in
multi-disciplinary teams and in close relationship with
legal advisers, financial officers and auditors. Her
broad background and understanding of her stakeholder's
views and needs help her to explain complex tax issues
to non-tax specialists.
Before Noëmi joined burckhardt AG in 2015, she
practised many years with international law firms and a
Big 4 firm where she advised international groups of
companies, private equity and venture capital
investors, financial institutions, small and medium
enterprises, real estate companies as well as private
clients on national and international tax planning,
reorganisations, acquisitions and divestments.
Noëmi is an active member of national and
international professional organisations and regularly
engages as an expert in the Swiss tax expert exams.
Noëmi graduated from the University of St.
Gallen in 2006 with a master's degree in law and was
admitted as a certified tax expert in 2012. During her
studies, she spent two semesters at the University of
Lausanne and one at ESADE Business & Law School in
Barcelona. She speaks English, German, French and