As the regional head of Sorainen’s Private Client team I advise individuals and their families, helping them manage their assets with long-term goals in mind, plan their inheritance and invest in charity and art. As our firm’s “of counsel”, I have had the privilege of advising on the most exciting international and cross-border tax issues, including working on structures involving Asian, European and Latin-American countries. I have studied international tax law in Estonia, Germany and Austria and advising clients since 2004.
Representing private clients. I believe that caring for one’s property, its prudent management and investing will create value for everyone. I am sincerely happy to help clients with this. As an active art collector myself, I enjoy art, but am also no stranger to the complex legal and tax issues related to art transactions.
International background. I have worked in different jurisdictions and lived in several countries, which enables me to understand tax systems and business specifics on a national and global level alike. From challenging cross-border cases I would like to highlight advising a leading online service provider in determining the place of taxation, negotiating and settling novel tax issues with the authorities and avoiding double taxation.
- Vienna University of Business Administration (LLM in International Taxation)
- University of Tartu, Estonia (MA in Law)
- University of Tartu, Estonia (BA in Law)
I am a member of
- Estonian Bar Association
- International Fiscal Association Estonia
- International Business Structuring Association
- Estonian Taxpayers Association
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Tax and customs newsletter – December 2017Publication
Tax and customs newsletter – June 2017Publication