Martin Busenhart

Martin Busenhart

lic. iur., Certified Tax Expert, CAS International Financial Reporting




Direct phone: +41 58 658 55 80

Curriculum Vitae

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Areas of activity: Private Clients Tax

Martin Busenhart is a partner in the Tax Team. He advises on national and international tax matters and is specialised in domestic and international structuring of capital market transactions, acquisitions and divestments and tax-optimized structuring for relocations of entrepreneurs, partnerships and corporate groups.

Martin Busenhart was educated at Zurich University (lic. iur. 1988) and graduated as Certified Tax Expert (1994). He has working experience as tax expert and tax partner with an international advisory firm in Zurich and London.

Martin Busenhart speaks German, English and French.

Tax issues in the relation between Germany and Switzerland

First Swiss-Brazilian DTA becomes reality

Investment in UK Real Estate by Swiss Investors

Switzerland and Brazil sign double taxation agreement

Swiss Supreme Court Sets Date for Total Return Swap Case

CFC Rules of The Russian Federation

Taxation in Switzerland – Features, Recent Development and Opportunities

The Mobilitiy of Corporate Groups

Service Permanent Establishments/Switzerland

Swiss Tribunal Rules on Ownership and Treaty Abuse Issues Regarding Total Return Swaps

Tribunal Sides With Taxpayer in Beneficial Ownership Case

Swiss Tribunal Sides With Taxpayer in Beneficial Ownership Case

Switzerland"s new information exchange policy and new protocol to DTAA India-Switzerland

Withholding Tax Refunds: No Second Bite at the Cherry for Swiss Federal Tax Administration!

Denial of Refund can be Appealed Directly to Swiss Tribunal

Taxation of Hedge Fund Managers

Swiss Tax Consequences of Currency Conversions

Switzerland: An Attractive Place to Invest and/or Relocate in Spite – or Because of? – Turbulent Times!

Investing in Switzerland

Steueroptimale Vermögensverwaltung

Development of Beneficial Ownership in International Tax Law

Headquarter/Konzernstandort Österreich/Schweiz

Tax Optimised Wealth Management

Commentary to Art. 5a and 9a of the Stamp Duty Act

Withholding Tax-Free Repatriation of Swiss Source Dividends to E.U. Corporate Shareholders

Tax-Free Intra-Group Transfers of Qualifying Participations

Locating and Managing the Global Business

Swiss tax treatment of Own Shares

Stamp Tax-Exempt Merger-Equivalent Transactions

Swiss Tax Treatment of Own Shares – Deadline for Accounting Adjustments set for 31 July 2002

The private holding company offers tax advantages

«Oerlikon» as part of the company name: Industry branch or regional name