Tax Advisor, Certified Tax Expert, German Attorney at Law
Kerstin Beck-Ulmer advises companies on national and international tax issues, in particular restructurings and international tax structuring as well as tax litigation work and criminal tax law. Prior to joining MME in 2014, Kerstin worked with two Big-Four companies and has thereby gained experience as a project manager for a variety of complex multidisciplinary international projects.
- Domestic and international corporate tax law
- International tax planning, with focus on value chain management (VCM), IP and financing
- Tax incentives with regard to research, development and innovation activities (input and output incentives)
- Acquisitions and restructurings of privately held and publicly listed companies (M&A, due diligence, integration, contractual clauses, succession planning)
- Relocations, migrations and transfers of assets and functions inbound as well as outbound
- Negotiation of advance tax rulings with cantonal and federal tax authorities
- Appeal proceedings and representation in complex tax audits
- Criminal law in tax matters and tax amnesties
- Advice for business owners, family offices and high networth individuals (HNI) in tax matters
- Tax compliance (tax returns, monitoring of deadlines, documentation requirements)
- Certified tax expert, Switzerland
- Admitted to the Bar, Germany
- University of Constance (lic. iur.), Germany
- since 2015
- Tax Advisor at MME
- PricewaterhouseCoopers AG, Zurich
- Deloitte AG, Zurich
- Attorney at law, Germany
- Swiss Association of Certified Tax Experts
- Swiss Branch International Fiscal Association (IFA)
The ‘very good’ team at MME – Legal | Tax | Compliance regularly advises on tax-efficient restructurings and investments.
MME Legal | Tax | Compliance is co-headed by Samuel Bussmann, Thomas Linder, Andreas Müller and Christoph Rechsteiner. The firm has six partners and three other professionals who offer services in the areas of legal, tax and compliance. The firm assists clients and companies in all tax matters, including VAT and customs.
From the magazine
The End of "Waylaying"
The National Council and the Council of States approved a retroactive correction of the notification procedure practice for withholding taxes and a reimbursement of late payment interest in the amount of CHF 600m which were levied unlawfully.
Canton of Zug supports reform
The cantonal government of Zug has defined the cornerstones for the implementation of Corporate Tax Reform III. The core component is a standard corporate income tax rate of approximately 12 percent.All magazine reports
Customs Valuation: Der revidierte EU-Zollkodex und dessen Auswirkungen für Schweizer Unternehmen - Chaos der Wertdeklarationen im Zollbereich Zoll Revue 1/2016 2016
Steuerbefreiung von Förderungsstiftungen - Argumente zur Lockerung der restriktiven kantonalen Praxen EXPERT FOCUS 2016 ǀ 4 2016