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Poland

Michal Klosinski


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Deloitte Poland

Al. Jana Pawla II 19

Warsaw 00-854

Poland


Tel: +48 225110716

Email: mklosinski@deloittece.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Michal Klosinski joined the Deloitte Poland tax department in 1998 and became a partner in 2009. He has more than 15 years' experience advising clients on VAT, Customs and excise duties.

Michal has managed numerous tax litigation procedures including court proceedings. In recent years these concerned proceedings aimed at regaining interest on overdue Polish VAT refund claims for foreign businesses, in addition to other matters. Michal has led tax reviews and tax due diligence projects for Polish acquisitions and investments made by international corporations. Additionally he has managed a service line focused on helping foreign businesses effectively manage their indirect tax reporting obligations, including related tax automation.

Michal is a licensed tax adviser and graduated from University of Warsaw.

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Joanna Stawowska


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Deloitte Poland

Al Jana Pawla II 19

Warsaw 00-854

Poland


Tel: +48 22 511 0849

Email: jstawowska@deloitteCE.com

Website: www.deloitteCE.com

Joanna Stawowska is a Deloitte Poland partner and leads the Polish indirect tax practice. For seven years, she served as the Central European regional indirect tax leader, working with professionals in 17 Deloitte member firms. She is experienced in VAT and Customs and excise duty, and has 19 years of experience in tax and fiscal law advisory.

Joanna helps clients solve strategic problems, formulate alternative transaction flows and develop efficient tax structures. She also has assisted several multinational companies with projects involving VAT optimisation, Polish business set-up and cross-border transaction structuring. She serves Polish as well as international clients. She has worked on projects with the European Commission related to the administrative burden of tax and the Customs project TAXUD/2009/AO-06.

Joanna speaks at various Deloitte conferences and trainings as well as externally for organisations such as Fundacja Rozwoju Rachunkowosci and the Institute for International Research.

Joanna holds a master's degree in law from Jagiellonian University in Cracow.

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