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Karina Furga-Dąbrowska


Rondo ONZ 1

00-124 Warsaw


Tel: +48 22 242 57 63



Karina Furga-Dąbrowska is head of the tax advisory group at Dentons in Poland, the largest international tax practice on the Polish legal market.

She advises on tax aspects of mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructurings, as well as cross-border tax planning. She provides advice in relation to day-to-day tax affairs. Working in close cooperation with the firm's other practice groups, Karina offers a highly-specialised skillset in life sciences and healthcare, real estate and energy




Iwona Georgijew

Deloitte Poland

Al. Jana Pawla II 19

Warsaw, 00-854


Tel: +48 22 511 04 08

Mobile: +48 691 951 136



Iwona Georgijew, Deloitte Poland, is a partner and leads Deloitte's transfer pricing team in Poland and Deloitte's regional transfer pricing group for central and eastern Europe. She is a member of Deloitte's global transfer pricing controversy council and member of Deloitte's EMEA TP leadership.

She has more than 20 years of professional experience and has become the leading Polish transfer pricing adviser. She has been leading controversy cases for multinationals operating in various industries, including telecommunications, consumer goods, IT and e-commerce.

Iwona is a Ministry of Finance tax advisory council member, a member of the International Fiscal Association, and a member of the transfer pricing forum editorial board of Bloomberg BNA. She is a non-government member of the European Union joint transfer pricing forum, being the only adviser from Central and Eastern Europe holding this role.

Iwona is regularly acknowledged as a leading transfer pricing adviser in Euromoney's Transfer Pricing Expert Guide and Women in Business Law Expert Guide. The transfer pricing team led by Iwona won the 2014 International Tax Review award for 'Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year – Poland'.

Iwona is the Deloitte diversity leader in Poland and Central Europe. Iwona is also the co-founder and leader of Deloitte SheXO Club, which has operated since 2011 and is targeted towards women holding managerial and executive positions. The club supports personal and professional development of business women. It also provides an opportunity to regularly exchange thoughts, develop leadership skills and network.

Iwona has a master's degree in foreign trade from the Warsaw School of Economics and a practitioner diploma in executive coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching. She is a certified Polish tax adviser.


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