Mrs Dagmara Cisowska > Dentons > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Dentons
UL. ZAJECZA 4
00-351 WARSZAWA
POLAND
Poland

Work Department

Counsel, Leader of the Transfer Pricing practice, Tax, Dentons Warsaw

Position

Dagmara Cisowska is a tax advisor and counsel in Dentons’ Warsaw office and a member of the Tax Advisory group. She leads the Transfer Pricing practice.

Dagmara is highly experienced in transfer pricing and has taken part in a number of projects involving intercompany financial arrangements in corporate groups, transfer pricing documentation, benchmarking studies, and requests for advance pricing agreements. Her project experience includes transfer pricing policy creation, verification and implementation in corporate groups, as well as business restructuring.

She specializes in representing clients during tax audits, transfer pricing proceedings and disputes, including the Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP).

Dagmara is an active member of the Transfer Pricing Forum, an advisory body to the Polish Ministry of Finance, which aims to prepare recommendations, opinions, analyses, conclusions and proposals to simplify and tighten the functioning of the tax system in the field of transfer pricing.

Languages

English, Polish, French, German, Spanish

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Tax

Clients rate the team at Dentons for being ‘very well coordinated in its efforts, providing a great all-round service whatever the nature of the transaction‘. The tax department is well integrated into the firm’s global network, enabling it to handle complex cross-border tax issues, utilising a sectoral approach. ‘Engaged‘ head of tax Cezary Przygodzki is an expert in international tax planning and M&A structuring, with additional skills in tax-related disputes. Dariusz Stolarek (who ‘works seamlessly with the commercial legal team‘) stands out for his transactional tax expertise, which he applies to M&A projects, as well as his knowledge in tax-specific risk insurance. Managing counsel Michał Bernat has a niche in state aid law, while Dagmara Cisowska takes the lead on transfer pricing matters.