Marcus Fischer advises clients from all industries on tax issues in connection with transactions, as well as reorganizations and restructurings. One focus of his work is the support of M&A and real estate transactions starting with the acquisition or sale structuring, the support of the tax due diligence, the drafting and negotiation of contracts as well as the design/implementation of tax structuring measures after closing. In addition to his tax expertise, he has also been advising clients (including insurer) on tax and non-tax aspects of W&I insurances as well as special tax risk insurances since 2011.
Prior to joining McDermott, Marcus Fischer first studied tax law for three years with the tax authorities in Hesse and, after completing his law studies, worked for more than 10 years with a renowned international law firm in Frankfurt and London. In addition to his qualification as a lawyer, he is a Diplom-Finanzwirt and a certified tax advisor.
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