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Dr iur Andreas Hable
Partner, specialised in corporate/M&A, tax and private client & entrepreneur.
Partner, Binder Grösswang since 2005; Attorney at Law, Binder Grösswang, 2001-2004; Associate, Haarmann Hemmelrath Hügel, 1997-2001; Associate, Tax Advisor, Europa Treuhand Ernst & Young, 1996-1997. Lecturer for corporate law at the FH Campus Wien – University of Applied Sciences, Master studies Leaderhip, Politics and Management: lectures in the areas of international and national corporate law and tax law. Numerous publications in regard to corporate and tax law.
German, English, French.
International Bar Association (IBA); International Fiscal Association (IFA); Society of Trust and Estate Practicioners (STEP); Wissenschaftliche Vereinigung für Unternehmens- und Gesellschaftsrecht (VGR).
University of Economics and Business Administration Vienna (LL.M. 2000); University of Innsbruck (Dr. iur. 1996, Mag. iur. 1995); Université Paris XII, Val de Marne (1995).
With ‘a very skilled and able team’, Binder Grösswang is ‘a top player in Austria‘, which provides comprehensive tax advice to multinational clients and private businesses in relation to transactions, compliance issues, cross-border mergers, accounting work, tax audits and binding rulings matters. The team, under Christian Wimpissinger and Andreas Hable‘s leadership, also represents clients in tax litigation. Attorney-at-law Clemens Willvonseder has a wealth of experience in structuring international private equity and real estate investments.
Binder Grösswang offers the full array of private client advice ranging from philanthropy and real estate to investments and succession planning. Family businesses and reorganisation of ownership structures are a core focus of the department. Bernd Schneiderbauer is a key name for shareholders and Andreas Hable often covers matters pertaining to a change of residence, for example obtaining work permits, transferring art objects or optimising tax efficiency; the duo are the practice heads. Christian Zwick, who was promoted to partner in February 2019, has a broad practice and is especially well-versed in private foundation law and succession planning. Thanks to an international client base, the team handles numerous multi-jurisdictional matters.
Predominantly handling cross-border work, Binder Grösswang‘s large corporate and M&A team provides advice to business groups and their companies on M&A and reorganisations, and assists with corporate restructurings of Austrian and foreign clients. The team is active in a myriad of sectors including the energy, automotive, real estate, biotech and commerce industries, and is recognised for its domestic and cross-border M&A transactions and private equity deals, acting for buyers and sellers. Michael Kutschera, the ‘excellent’ Thomas Schirmer, Florian Khol, Andreas Hable and Gottfried Gassner are among the key individuals. The ‘very knowledgeable‘ Christian Zwick made partner in early 2019.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Dispute resolution: commercial litigation
- EU and competition
- Insolvency and corporate recovery
- Private client