Marius Breier

Marius Breier

M.A. HSG in Accounting and Finance, Certified Tax Expert




Direct phone: +41 58 658 56 58

Curriculum Vitae

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Areas of activity: Tax

Marius Breier is a partner in Walder Wyss’ Tax Team. He advises clients in the fields of domestic and international corporate tax as well as individual tax. Marius Breier focuses particularly on national and international corporate reorganisations and M&A transactions, transfer pricing as well as international relocations of corporations and private clients. He is also an expert in all tax issues related to the taxation of investment funds, financial products and crypto assets.

Marius Breier is trained as a bank clerk with Dresdner Bank AG in Bonn and studied at the University of St.Gallen (B.A. HSG; M.A. HSG in Accounting and Finance). He graduated as certified tax expert in 2016. He worked as Research Assistant to Prof. Dr. Robert Waldburger at the University of St.Gallen.

Marius Breier speaks German and English.

Grenzüberschreitender Immobilienbesitz: Steuerliche und rechtliche Gestaltung

Webinar "Taxation of employee participations - Theory and Practice"

Crypto assets – Legal and tax implications

Non-tax incentives in the light of OECD Pillar II rules

Retroactive effect of reorganisations for tax purposes under consideration of the SFTA circular letter No. 5a as of 1 February 2022

Tax issues related to the Metaverse

Panel participant in the panel discussion about the topic: “21st Century Cross-Border Planning: Importance of Family Governance – Case Studies”

Acquisition of Residential Real Estate in Switzerland by Non-EU/EFTA Citizens

Blockchain and Crypto Assets – Tax and legal implications

Tax issues in the relation between Germany and Switzerland

Swiss withholding tax and notification procedure in the event of dividend distributions to a German partnership

First Swiss-Brazilian DTA becomes reality

Due Diligence – Stumbling blocks from a legal and tax point of view

Fundraising by means of ICOs

Due Diligence – Stumbling blocks from a legal and tax point of view

Swiss flat-rate taxation and its consequences for taxation in Germany – voting rights, exit tax and double residence taxation

Investment in UK Real Estate by Swiss Investors

Blockchain and cryptocurrencies: Tax and corporate aspects

Swiss Corporate Tax Reform – An Overview

Due Diligence – rechtliche und steuerliche Stolperfallen

Steuer- und gesellschaftsrechtliche Implikationen der Strukturierung von Kapitalaufnahmen über ICOs

EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD) - Considerations from a Swiss perspective

(Income) tax treatment of structured products

Structuring with ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) from a Swiss and Liechtenstein perspective

Taxation of crypto-assets in Switzerland

The tax and corporate law implications of structuring capital-raising via ICOs

Taxing Tokens - A Swiss Perspective On the Taxation of Initial Coin Offerings and Blockchain-Based Tokens

ICOs and tax arrangements for cryptocurrencies

Taxation of bonds and structured financial products

ICOs from the point of view of tax law

TAXED!? What founders and employees must know about their personal tax situation

Initial Coin Offerings in Switzerland

From online dating to social media - taxation of the digital service industry - now and in 20 years

Financial Due Diligence: Beitrag der Financial Due Diligence zur Schätzung zukünftiger Freier Cashflows beim Unternehmenskauf