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Tax practice launch and new partner of the firm Viktor Arkhipov

4 сентября 2017

Nadmitov, Ivanov & Partners is pleased to announce the launch of tax practice and the appointment of Viktor Arkhipov as a partner of the firm. Mr. Arkhipov has extensive experience in advising on tax law and representing interests in tax disputes.

Viktor Arkhipov previously worked in tax practices at Pepeliaev Group in 2006-2017. and FBK in 2002-2006. Viktor completed courses at Leiden Royal University (Netherlands), graduated from the Russian School of Private Law (Master of Private Law, 2002) and the Faculty of Law of Moscow State University in civil law specialization with honors in 2000.

Tax practice

Our firm provides tax support services for the current activities of Russian and foreign clients, their investment projects, as well as protecting the interests of taxpayers at all stages of relations with tax authorities (during tax audits, challenging their results with higher tax authorities and in courts):

advising on the tax implications of current activities in terms of Russian income tax, VAT, property tax, personal income tax, insurance premiums, etc .;

advising on the tax implications of planned transactions for the acquisition / sale of assets, companies and enterprises, investment transactions, etc .;

advising on the tax implications of the planned forms and methods of restructuring, consolidation of assets, companies and enterprises;

cross-border taxation issues for Russian and foreign companies / individuals: - tax on income from sources in the Russian Federation and VAT for foreign companies operating in the Russian Federation or selling goods, works and services to Russian companies and individuals;

- the emergence of a permanent establishment and other tax obligations for foreign companies when operating in the Russian Federation;

- issues related to the application of Russian legislation on controlled foreign companies, thin capitalization, transfer pricing, etc.

representing and protecting the interests of Russian and foreign companies, as well as individuals at all stages of relations with tax authorities (both before and during the tax audit, as well as after its completion within the framework of pre-trial and judicial challenging acts, decisions and illegal actions / tax authorities' inaction).

The firm's recent tax experience includes:

advising and representing the interests of an American real estate fund in the course of the acquisition of commercial real estate in the Russian Federation, as well as in the course of subsequent negotiations and steps for the sale of objects and exiting investments;

representing and protecting the interests of a major foreign company in the field of oil production and refining in a dispute with the Russian tax authorities;

tax support and structuring of transactions for the acquisition and sale of assets in the Russian Federation by European, American and Asian companies;

tax support of projects for the restructuring of state-owned enterprises of a strategic nature, and development of options for cooperation by foreign investors and shareholders, taking into account, inter alia, compliance with the restrictions of the EU and US sanctions legislation;

drafting requests and appeals to the Federal Tax Service, the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, as well as participation in the preparation of proposals and draft changes to the tax legislation of the Russian Federation;

assistance to foreign investors, as well as service providers in registering with the Russian tax authorities (under the so-called "Google tax") and representing their interests in relations with Russian tax authorities;

search and identification of tax overpayments of clients, as well as support of their interests in the course of interaction with tax authorities in the framework of the return and / or offset of amounts of overpaid taxes, including in courts.

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