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1996 Qualification as an attorney at law ("Fürsprecher") University of Berne
1997 - 2005 Employee at multinational auditing and consultancy firm dealing with national and international tax law (last position as Senior Manager)
2002 Diploma as a Swiss Certified Tax Consultant
2005 - 2006 Sabbatical
Since 2006 Partner at Omnitax Ltd. Business and Tax Law

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Current activities

  • Advising legal entities and private individuals in national and international tax law in general
  • Tax consulting and tax planning for private individuals including tax aspects of social security and pension
  • Tax and social security questions concerning expatriates (tax treatment of foreign employees working in Switzerland, respectively Swiss employees who are sent to work abroad)
  • VAT advice for employers(ongoing questions, general risk analysis and the planning of business procedures) 
  • Legal advice for legal entities (account presentations, special situations like transformations, fusions, spin-offs, acquisitions)
  • Advising private limited liability companies about company succession planning
  • Objections and appeals in the above-mentioned areas including amended tax returns showing previously untaxed assets and revenue

Additional activities

  • Lay judge at the regional conciliation authority Berne Jura / Seeland
    (tenancy law)

Professional organisations

  • EXPERTsuisse
  • Swiss Association of Certified Tax Experts (SVDS)


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