Taxand hires René Matteotti as new counsel in Switzerland
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Taxand hires René Matteotti as new counsel in Switzerland

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René Matteotti, a lawyer and University of Zurich professor, will move to Tax Partner, Taxand Switzerland.

By Alexander Hartley

The move follows Matteotti’s six years as a tax lawyer at Baker McKenzie in Zurich.

Matteotti specializes in corporate and international tax law, transfer pricing, tax litigation law and tax politics. He writes frequently on topics relating to tax law and is editor-in-chief of the trilingual Swiss tax journal ASA (Archives of Swiss Tax Law). He also serves on the Swiss Federal Council’s VAT advisory committee.

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