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Germany

Jürgen Scholz

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Partner, Global Head of Indirect Tax

WTS Global

Düsseldorf

+49(0)21120050-677

juergen.scholz@wts.de

www.wts.de

Languages: German, English

Biography

Jürgen Scholz, Certified Tax Advisor, Dipl.-Finw., M.B.L.-HSG (Univ. St. Gallen) heads the German VAT group of WTS with a team of about 70 dedicated VAT specialists as well as the WTS Global Service Line Indirect Tax with a presence in more than 100 countries.

Practice areas

Business model optimisation, technology services, tax consulting, VAT, supply chains

Sector specialisations

Automotive, banking, financial services, industrials, real estate

Association memberships

German scientific organization on VAT (board member)

Academic qualifications

Master in European and International Business Law, Univ. St. Gallen, 2009

Certified tax advisor, Steuerberaterkammer NRW, 2007

Dipl. Finanzwirt, FHF Nordkirchen, 2003

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Stephanie Alzuhn

Deloitte Germany

Mónica Azcárate

PwC

Eveline Beer

Küffner Maunz Langer Zugmaier

Kristina Bexa

Clifford Chance

Stefan Böhler

KPMG in Germany

Michael Bohnhardt

Clifford Chance

Michael Connemann

WTS

Johan De Spiegeleer

Deloitte Germany

Gregor Dzieyk

KPMG in Germany

Barbara Fleckenstein-Weiland

Flick Gocke Schaumburg

Eduard Forster

Deloitte Germany

Marco Fuß

ZfU Steuerberatungsgesellschaft

Ulrich Grünwald

Deloitte Germany

Claudia Hillek

KPMG in Germany

Eberhard Kalbfleisch

Luther

Thomas Knauer

Deloitte Germany

Thomas Küffner

Küffner Maunz Langer Zugmaier

Ronny Langer

Küffner Maunz Langer Zugmaier

Nicole Looks

Baker McKenzie

Stefan Maunz

Küffner Maunz Langer Zugmaier

Bettina Mertgen

Deloitte Germany

Jochen Meyer-Burow

Baker McKenzie

Karen Möhlenkamp

WTS

Gotz Neuhahn

PwC

Martin Robisch

EY

Christian Salder

Küffner Maunz Langer Zugmaier

Guido Schäfer

Sole practitioner

Michael Schäfer

Deloitte Germany

Peter Schalk

KPMG in Germany

Peter Schilling

EY

Jürgen Scholz

WTS

Karsten Schuck

KPMG in Germany

Joachim Strehle

WTS

Georg von Wallis

Greenberg Traurig

Oliver Zugmaier

Küffner Maunz Langer Zugmaier

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