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Wenger & Vieli

DUFOURSTRASSE 56, 8008 ZÜRICH, SWITZERLAND
Tel:
Work +41 58 958 58 58
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Web:
www.wengervieli.ch
Zug, Zurich
Wenger & Vieli, Barbara Brauchli Rohrer, Zurich, SWITZERLAND

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Barbara Brauchli Rohrer

Tel:
Work +41 (0)58 958 58 58
Email:
Wenger & Vieli

Work Department

Tax Law. Specialized in Lending & Structured Finance and Mergers & Acquisitions.

Position

Barbara Brauchli Rohrer specializes in national and international tax law. Her main focus areas are acquisitions, reorganizations, mergers, international restructuring, privatization as well as IPOs of multinational and local companies. She advises high networth individuals, national, international and listed companies as well as private equity investors.

Career

2010-present, Partner at Wenger & Vieli; 2003-09, Swiss Mergers & Acquisitions Leader in the Tax and Legal Service Line at PricewaterhouseCoopers; 2002-09, Tax Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers; 1995-2002, Tax Advisor at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Languages

German and English.

Member

EXPERTsuisse Ltd; IFA International Fiscal Association; Swiss Private Equity & Corporate Finance Association (SECA).

Education

1998, Certified Tax Expert; 1995; University of Zurich (lic. iur.).


Switzerland

Tax

Within: Tax

Wenger & Vieli’s ‘solid tax team’ provides ‘high technical expertise’ in both corporate and M&A and private tax matters; it also represents clients in tax appeals. Hybris AG is an active client. Private client and US tax specialist Bruno Bächli and corporate tax lawyer Barbara Brauchli Rohrer are the key partners. Senior associate Marc Gerber is a ‘truly devoted professional with strong VAT and transactional expertise’.

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Wenger & Vieli

  • 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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