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Franz Prinz zu Hohenlohe joins WTS Global

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Franz Prinz zu Hohenlohe will join WTS in Germany as a member of the board from April 1 2018.

Prinz zu Hohenlohe, one of the most renowned German international tax experts, is leaving his role at KPMG Germany to join Fritz Esterer, CEO of WTS Germany and chairman of WTS Global, on the board. Jointly, the two will be responsible for the management and the strategic development of WTS Germany.

With his proven track record with German multinationals, Prinz zu Hohenlohe specialises in international group restructurings and post-acquisition integrations, legal entity reductions, tax efficient group financing and IP utilisation, ETR planning, as well as structuring of acquisitions and disinvestments (carve outs).

At KPMG, Prinz zu Hohenlohe was the head of the international tax service line since 2011 and was also responsible for the technical and professional development of the global international tax service line between 2006 and 2013. Before joining KPMG, he worked on the German tax desk for Arthur Andersen.

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