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Christa Aregger

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lic. oec. publ., graduate auditor, LL.M. UZH International Tax Law
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"Think broadly & networked, act economically and never lose curiosity about the new" is my motivation.

After completing a teaching degree and my first years of work at an elementary school, I devoted myself to studying economics in Zurich & the UK, gained experience working for a major bank, as an auditor at a Big 4, and later took over the management of an assessment team for legal entities at the Zug Tax Administration, where I received further training in international tax law. As a former member of the Swiss Tax Conference's (SSK) working group on tax separation, I was able to participate in various SSK circulars and contribute my experience in complex tax matters, including for many listed companies. With this broad backpack of experience, I now advise companies on tax matters myself, provide support in the preparation of tax financial statements, in restructuring & reorganization and in the monitoring of the entire tax assessment process. For an international group with head office in Switzerland and its own family of owners, I have been able to prove myself since the beginning of my own tax consultancy work and, among other things, also apply my knowledge of intercantonal and international tax arbitration with various tax authorities.

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