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ADB Altorfer Duss & Beilstein, Marco Duss, Zurich, SWITZERLAND

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Marco Duss

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ADB Altorfer Duss & Beilstein

Work Department

Tax

Position

Marco Duss is a partner and he works in all areas of corporate tax law, and in particular with restructurings, takeovers and financing concepts (syndicated loans, asset securitisation). His specialist areas also include the tax aspects of trust structures, collective investments and employee stock option plans

Career

1975 Partner at ADB, 1972 Arrival at ADB (previously Treuhandgesellschaft Dr. Krauer & Dr. Altorfer), 1969 – 1972 ATAG Ernst & Young, Zurich

Languages

German, English

Education

1979 Tax expert VSB, 1972 Dr. iur., University of Zurich, 1964 – 1969 lic. iur., studies at the Law Faculty at the University of Zurich

Leisure

Golfing


Switzerland

Tax

Within: Tax

ADB Altorfer Duss & Beilstein has a ‘solid practice in the taxation field’, which offers services regarding corporate and private tax matters, VAT, transfer pricing and tax litigation. The team advised Kuoni and Hugentobler-Stiftung on tax matters related to the transfer of its GTD business to Hotelbeds. Financial tax lawyer Marco Duss and tax M&A expert Jürg Altorfer are recommended for their ‘creativity and finding of alternative approaches’. Transfer pricing specialist Fabian Duss, litigator Marco Greter, cross-border structuring expert Andreas Helbing and private client lawyer Pascal Taddei are also key members of the practice.

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