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Switzerland

Noëmi Kunz-Schenk

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Tax Adviser

burckhardt ltd

Basel / Zürich

+41 58 881 02 70

kunz@burckhardtlaw.com

www.burckhardtlaw.com/

Languages: German, English, French, Spanish

Bar admissions: 2012: Swiss Certified Tax Expert

Biography

Noëmi is an experienced tax lawyer with a very broad area of expertise. She advises national and international clients from large quoted multinationals, family run businesses to local small enterprises and start-ups across different industries such as retail, pharma, consumer goods, financial and insurance services, real estate and pension funds.

Recent matter highlights

  • Facility Agreement for €300 million facilities to foreign headquartered group in the leisure industry including Swiss tax ruling

  • Sale or real estate portfolio by pension fund (advisory function during sales negotiations, tax advisory and tax optimisation)

  • Large multinational transaction of international group in the consumer goods sector, value of several billions, various Swiss tax rulings and tax advisory

  • Restructuring of international group in the light of Swiss tax reform

Practice areas

Restructuring, M&A, Corporate taxes, Tax consulting, International tax advisory

Sector specialisations

Consumer goods and services, Financial services, Pharma and life sciences, Real estate

Association memberships

International Fiscal Association

Expert Suisse

Academic qualifications

Swiss Certified Tax Expert, 2012

MA HSG in Law, University of St.Gallen, 2006

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Susanne Schreiber

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Partner

Bär & Karrer

Zurich

+41 582615212

susanne.schreiber@baerkarrer.ch

www.baerkarrer.ch

Languages: German, English

Bar admissions: Swiss Courts, Munich, Germany

Biography

Susanne Schreiber has extensive experience in international corporate tax matters, in particular in domestic and cross-border M&A transactions and reorganisations. Furthermore, Susanne Schreiber supports Swiss multinationals in their tax planning work. She regularly speaks on tax-related topics at international and Swiss seminars.

Practice areas

Restructuring, M&A, Corporate taxes, Tax consulting, International tax advisory

Sector specialisations

Consumer goods and services, Financial services, Industrials, Pharma and life sciences

Association memberships

  • Zurich Bar Association (ZAV)

  • Member of the Tax Expert Exam Commission

  • Member of the International Fiscal Association Swiss Branch (IFA Switzerland)

  • Member of the Tax Chapter of the Swiss American Chamber of Commerce

  • Member of the Tax Chapter of EXPERTsuisse

  • Founding member of the Swiss WIN (Women of IFA Network)

Academic qualifications

  • Certified Swiss Tax Expert (2010)

  • German Tax Advisor (2006)

  • Admitted to the Munich Bar (2001)

  • Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich: Law Degree (1999)

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