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ADB Altorfer Duss & Beilstein’s tax team grows

ADB Altorfer Duss & Beilstein in Zurich has promoted Fabian Streule to director of the firm’s tax department, as well as hiring two new partners, Marc Dietschi and Helen Spiegel.

On January 1 2016, Streule took on a director’s role. He advises on national and international tax matters, along with a special focus on Swiss-German cross-border issues. Before joining ADB, he worked as a tax consultant for PwC in Basle.

As per February 1 2016, Dietsci joined ADB from EY, where he worked in the international tax services and transfer pricing department. Before moving to EY, Dietchi was a senior manager at Hiliti.

He advises on international corporate tax with a particular focus on transfer pricing, international tax planning and supply chain management.

From April 1 2016, Spiegel will join ADB’s tax department. She will mainly focus on the area of tax compliance for private individuals and corporations.

Until then, Spiegel works as a specialist accountant at AXA Winterthur. 

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