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Tax and Legal

There are certain tax and legal implications for every transaction an organisation undertakes, from the introduction of new insurance plans to the acquisition of companies.  Our tax and legal specialists can help your company understand national and international tax structures and align the tax function with your business objectives.

Tax services include

  • Preparation of a step-by-step plan for statutory and tax accounting purposes. This should include detailed instructions on the recognition of income and expenses within each operation specified in the insurance plan for the insurance company and its clients
  • Tax due diligence of insurance companies
  • Recommendations on tax-efficient methods of acquiring businesses, including analysis of tax positions and tax risks of merging companies

Dispute resolution

Insurance businesses often face resistance from tax authorities when demands on overpaid tax refunds are made, disagreements over the results of tax audits are experienced or unlawful actions and decisions of tax authorities and its officials are challenged in an administrative procedure. Thus, tax dispute resolution services are especially relevant to the taxpayer. Our services include:

  • Tax consulting with regard to sophisticated legal issues
  • Analysis of tax risks related to insurance
  • Mediation tax dispute procedures, including tax audit support
  • Court representation in the event of tax disputes
  • Consulting regarding the interaction with law enforcement authorities, in regard to tax issues, in order to minimise external influences on business

We render the following legal services:

  • Establishing insurance companies, including those with the participation of foreign investors
  • Drafting documentation for establishing an insurance company and obtaining a license for it
  • Obtaining preliminary permissions from and notifying insurance supervisory bodies and antimonopoly authorities
  • Complying with the provisions of local legislation regarding the insurance industry
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