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Expert lecture on tax planning in multinational companies


On 8 March 2013, as part of a theme night for the Executive Master of Laws (LL. M.) in International Taxation, Professor Alfred Storck from the University of St. Gallen gave a lecture on tax planning in multinational companies.


On 8 March 2013, as part of a theme night for the Executive Master of Laws (LL. M.) in International Taxation, Professor Alfred Storck from the University of St. Gallen gave a lecture on tax planning in multinational companies.

As part of a theme night, Professor Alfred Storck from the University of St. Gallen gave a lecture on current developments and issues in the area of tax planning. In this context, he also addressed in particular the topics of corporate governance, holding structures and intangibles as well as permanent establishments in multinational companies. In a stimulating exchange with the participants and the Academic Director, Professor Martin Wenz, current developments in international corporate tax planning as well as various case studies were also discussed and possible solutions to fundamental problem areas elucidated.

The Executive Master of Laws (LL. M.) in International Taxation provides extensive knowledge of national and international tax law in Liechtenstein, Germany, Austria and Switzerland, other tax systems (HK, SG, LU, UK, US), international tax cooperation (DTA/TIEA/EU/EEA) and international tax planning in relation to companies, asset structures and financial instruments. The programme is aimed at academics in the fields and makes a valuable contribution to establishing and advancing expertise on tax law for Liechtenstein as an economic and financial centre. Additional information can be found at www.uni.li/steuern/weiterbildung.

Professor Alfred Storck (left) and Professor Martin Wenz (right)