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Ruth Bloch-Riemer

zsis) Specialist:
Social security contributions
Ruth Bloch-Riemer
Title:
Dr. iur., attorney at law, certified tax expert
Position:
Partner
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Ruth Bloch-Riemer specializes in Swiss and international tax law matters.

One focus of her work is advising and assisting Swiss and foreign high net worth individuals in all tax law matters. She assists clients in particular in the areas of asset and estate planning, in the structuring of charitable donations, in questions relating to the taxation of art and artists, and in questions relating to national and international planning and coordination of their occupational benefits and social security.

She then advises domestic and foreign companies and executives on all tax and social security law issues, in particular in the area of remuneration, including employee share ownership schemes, and in the development and implementation of complex national and cross-border solutions in the area of pensions.

Ruth Bloch-Riemer assists clients in her areas of focus both in the fulfilment of their compliance obligations and in non-contentious proceedings as well as in litigation in the context of proceedings before national authorities and courts.

She regularly publishes and speaks at conferences on tax and social security law issues. She teaches at ExpertSuisse, the Swiss Tax Expert Academy.

Mrs. Bloch-Riemer is also a member of various legal associations and acts as a member of the board of trustees.

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