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Wenger & Vieli LTD

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Wenger & Vieli LTD, Marc Gerber, Zurich, SWITZERLAND

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Marc Gerber

Work +41 58 958 58 58
Wenger & Vieli LTD

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Tax Law.


Marc Gerber practices in the fields of national and international tax law. His clients include private individuals, medium-sized companies and national and international corporations.

As part of his work, Marc Gerber also advises his clients in matters of value-added tax and customs law. A further consulting focus is on matters involving real estate gains tax.

Marc Gerber has been admitted to the bar since 2008. Prior to joining Wenger & Vieli Ltd., Marc Gerber worked for six years in the tax team of a leading law firm in Zurich.


Since 2016, Tax Advisor at Wenger & Vieli Ltd.; 2010-2016, Tax Advisor and lawyer at a law firm in Zurich; 2008-2009, Lawyer at a law firm in Bern.


German, English and French.


Swiss Bar Association (SAV); Zurich Bar Association (ZAV); EXPERTsuisse; Bernischer Juristenverein (BJV).


2014, Certified Tax Expert; 2008, Admission to the Bar; 2005, University of Fribourg (lic. iur.).



Within: Tax

The 'strong team of professionals' at Wenger & Vieli LTD is recommended for its 'productive exchange of knowledge, proactive approach and ability to handle non-standard transactional tax cases', such as public takeovers and share-buybacks. Other services include international corporate taxation, tax advice for high-net-worth individuals and major tax appeals. Private client specialist Bruno Bächli and tax transactions partner Barbara Brauchli Rohrer, both certified tax experts, are the main practitioners. 'Diligent and practical' senior associate Marc Gerber is particularly noted for tax controversy matters.

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  • Swiss Capital Contribution Principle

    As per 1 January 2011 a new regulation in the Swiss tax law concerning the tax treatment of the repayment of capital contributions enters into force. According to the new rules the repayment of capital contributions is exempt from Swiss income tax (if the shares are owned as private means) and Swiss withholding tax.
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