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Petar Varbanov

Eurofast Bulgaria

22 ulitsa "Sv. Sveti Kiril I Metodyi", Sofia, 1202

Floor 5, ap 12



Tel: +359 2 988 69 75



Petar Varbanov has more than seven years of experience in servicing local and international companies on legal and compliance issues. Petar advises multinationals and local companies in tax optimisation strategies and compliance issues. His areas of expertise also include labour law and employment relationship, global HR policies, immigration issues and work permits, tax issues and compliance, as well as litigation. Petar has vast experience in negotiating and drafting different types of contracts, and has worked on dispute avoidance/mediation and corporate governance.

Before joining Eurofast, Petar worked as a legal counselor for other advisory firms. Petar is a member of the Bar Association of Bulgaria and has obtained his LLM master's degree in law from the Sofia University. Petar is also certified for risk management and anti-bribery and anti-corruption policies by Thomson Reuters Accelus


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