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Slovenia

Andreja Skofic Klanjscek

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Deloitte Slovenia

Dunajska cesta 165

1000 Ljubljana

Slovenia


Tel.: +386 (0)1 3072 800

Fax.: +386 (0)1 3072 900

Email: askofic@deloittece.com

Website: www2.deloitte.com/si/sl.html

Andreja Skofic Klanjscek, Deloitte Slovenia, is a partner in the tax and legal practice. She has more than 20 years of working experience in the field of tax consulting. She holds a bachelor's degree in economics.

In her professional career, she has specialised mostly in corporate taxes, transfer prices and indirect taxation. Her key competencies include management and conduct of tax consulting projects, namely in the areas of value added tax, corporate tax, transfer pricing, consulting in relation to the application of tax allowances, as well as management of tax due diligences, preventive tax reviews, projects in relation to international tax planning and restructuring, representation of clients in tax audits leading transfer pricing projects for the distribution, marketing and power industry in Slovenia, tax advising for companies, insurance and leasing companies primarily in connection with tax reliefs for research and development and in relation with the transfer of tax losses. She was also involved in several projects for the review of payroll systems and the reimbursements of costs to the employees.

Since 2015, she was a member of the professional financial group for the American Chamber of Commerce that is working to improve the financial and business environments in Slovenia.

Andreja's recent relevant work includes analysis and preparation of comments on amendments to health legislation and calculation of the tax effects of the forecasted changes, and preparation of amendments to tax legislation concerning personal taxation.

Deloitte Slovenia has been recognised as: Central European Tax Firm of the Year 2014, 2015, 2016 (International Tax Review), Central European Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year 2012, 2015 (International Tax Review), and Indirect Tax Firm of the Year 2014, 2015 (Finance Monthly).

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