Marcus Fischer focuses his practice on transaction-related tax matters and various aspects of local and international tax law. He advises clients from a range of industries—including private equity, asset management, real estate, engineering, pharmaceuticals and hospitality—on restructurings and the tax aspects of the purchase and sale of real estate, shares and businesses. Marcus also counsels clients in relation to warranty and indemnity (W&I) insurance and special tax insurance.
Prior to joining McDermott, Marcus spent over 10 years at a reputable international law firm in their Frankfurt and London offices. In addition to his legal qualifications, he is also a former tax officer (Diplom-Finanzwirt) and a certified tax advisor.
The International Fiscal Association (IFA), Germany, member
Munich Corporate Tax Forum, member
Certified Tax Advisor, 2014
Regional Court of Darmstadt, Second State Exam, 2008
University of Frankfurt, First State Exam, 2006
Center for Studies in Financial Administration and Justice, FH, 1998
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