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Kyriaki Dafni

Deloitte Greece

3a Fragkoklissias & Granikou str

GR – 151 25 Maroussi Athens

Greece

Tel: +30 210 6781293

Email: kdafni@deloitte.gr

Website: www.deloitte.gr

Kyriaki Dafni is a senior manager at Deloitte Greece, based in Athens. She joined Deloitte in 2000, having previously worked for a private legal practice and in the legal department of BP Hellas during her attorney-at-law training period. Kyriaki has significant experience advising domestic and international clients with respect to indirect tax (VAT) and international taxation issues (cross-border taxation, double tax treaties and so on). She has also been successfully involved with performing tax due diligence reviews for several multinational and domestic companies, especially dealing with the area of indirect taxation, and has provided corporate and VAT tax planning services involving tax efficient structuring to several clients. Furthermore, Kyriaki has experience in personal taxation and has provided global employer services for select clients.

Kyriaki is actively engaged in projects regarding the supply of VAT planning and consulting services to a large selection of clients based either in Greece or abroad. During the last nine years, she has focused on issues of indirect taxation and she is the firm's VAT leader for Greece dealing with all cases referred to the Greek practice in this area.

Kyriaki graduated from the National Athens University where she obtained an LLB from the Athens Law School. She also has a diploma in taxation from the Athens Economic University and is a qualified attorney-at-law and fully fledged member of the Athens Bar Association. Deloitte Greece has offered her opportunities to take part in various seminars in Greece and abroad both in the field of direct and indirect taxation.

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Stelios Kyriakides

Deloitte Greece

3a Fragkoklissias & Granikou str

GR – 151 25 Maroussi Athens

Greece

Tel: +30 210 6781 358

Email: stkyriakides@deloitte.gr

Website: www.deloitte.gr

Stelios Kyriakides is a tax partner at Deloitte Greece. He graduated from the business school of Piraeus University and holds a master's degree (MSc) in business administration with specification in total quality management from the same university. He is a member of the Economic Chamber of Greece and the tax committee of the Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce.

Stelios has substantial expertise in advising on income tax issues, projects concerning corporate transformations (mergers, divisions, and so on) and corporate restructuring. He has significant experience in advising on intercompany transactions (transfer pricing), indirect taxes (VAT, excise and so on) and customs issues in Greece and abroad for many Greek and foreign multinational companies.

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EY

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Zepos & Yannopoulos, Taxand Greece

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PwC

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