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Our philosophy

We give you solutions, not long speeches.

Our goal is to promote your growth. Our task as advisors is thus to think ahead, provide you with stimuli and open doors for you. We place a lot of value on trust, independence, reliability and creability.

We look for solutions that will fit your business and needs over the long term, and then render them succinct and easily comprehensible for you. We work quickly and pragmatically, and can also be reached after office hours in urgent cases.

Providing one dedicated advisor to co-ordinate for you the services you need in Germany and beyond – this too is one of our principles. We aim to make things as easy as possible for you and to offer you the same efficient service in every country around the world

We think globally, advise locally.

Your Moore partner can do more for you than you might expect from a local firm at first glance. Your partner has more than 30,000 well trained colleagues throughout the world contributing to his success. However, your partner’s greatest strength lies in his regional ties. He knows your local tax authorities and your local circumstances.

This is the advantage of our network: If you need advice from a specialist, we bring a specialist on board – no matter where in the world he or she might be located. Our international colleagues are independent auditors, public accountants and lawyers. We know each other and make personal recommendations to each other worldwide.

In this way we possess uncommonly broad industry knowledge and expertise. Our ranks include specialists for IFRS, US GAAP, international transfer pricing, business valuations, IT system tests, certified international tax law experts and certified experts for reorganizations and insolvency administration (DStV e.V.).

Quality is a must.

You expect services and recommendations from us that will bring you further. To accomplish this, we place great value on our employees’ educational backgrounds and continuing professional training, both in Germany and abroad. A lot of our employees and consultants have international experience and possess qualifications in more than one area. Uniform auditing methodologies, principles and working papers for standard audits, peer reviews and internal tracking assure our high quality standards.

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Dunja Krug
Alliance Management
+49 211 261308-22
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28. January 2019

New Disclosure Requirements for Related Parties in Accordance with ISA (E-DE) 550?

In the version of IDW Auditing Standard 270, the Institute of Public Auditors in Germany, or IDW, recently required companies whose existence is in jeopardy to make disclosures in the notes to their financial statements which are not required under the German Commercial Code. Now, in its International Standard on Auditing ISA (E-DE) 550, ISW once again plans to require companies to make disclosures concerning transactions with related parties which are not required by the German Commercial Code.

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09. January 2019

Transfer Pricing for Shareholder Expenses and Management Services

In international corporate groups, globalization and the high mobility of goods, capital and work have resulted in a situation in which various services are provided by the domestic parent company on behalf of the individual subsidiaries, or by Group management companies.

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28. November 2018

Moore Stephens International Statement

Commenting on the announcement of merger discussions between BDO and Moore Stephens LLP London, Anton Colella, Global CEO, Moore Stephens International, said:

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16. October 2018

Summarised Tax Information

The summarised tax information for Germany is an abridged version of current tax and social security legislation, as at October 2018.

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04. October 2018

The upstream merger as a tax trap for a share swap

In accordance with § 21 of the German Act on the Transformation of Companies (UmwStG), the contribution of shares to a corporation can be tax-neutral under certain conditions in return for the granting of new shares in the absorbing company (share swap). However, if the contributed shares are sold within a lock-up period of 7 years, the share swap is retroactively subject to taxation (Contribution Gain II).

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27. August 2018

New Requirement to Disclose Threats to the Company’s Existence in Accordance with IDW AS 270, as Amended?

In accordance with Auditing Standard (AS) 270 of the Institute of Public Auditors in Germany (IDW), companies of all sizes and legal forms whose existence is in jeopardy will be required to include disclosures in their Notes stating that their existence is in jeopardy and explaining what led to this situation and what their legal representatives intend to do about it. The standard will take effect starting in the 2019 audit season.

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19. June 2018

BREXIT from the Viewpoint of German Companies – The United Kingdom’s Withdrawal from the EU and its Economic and Tax Consequences

On 29 March 2017, the United Kingdom (UK) became the first member state to unilaterally declare its intention to withdraw from the European Union. The outcome of the withdrawal negotiations, which will clarify the UK’s future relations with Europe, is expected to become known in October 2018.

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18. April 2018

Withholding tax exemption even for pure EU holding companies?

Through § 50d (3) of the Income Tax Act, German lawmakers seek to prevent unauthorized persons from deliberately interspersing a company based in a DTA contracting state or an EU state in order to claim benefits under the DTA or under the Parent-Subsidiary Directive (implemented in § 43b of the Income Tax Act) or the Interest and Royalties Directive (implemented in § 50g of the Income Tax Act), both of which have been implemented into national law.

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28. February 2018

Second digitalization conference of MOORE STEPHENS Deutschland AG

The second MSDAG digitalization conference is themed “digitalization and new work“ and we are looking forward to again welcoming independent auditors, public accountants, lawyers and „junge Wilde“ (the young savages) from all MOORE STEPHENS member firms in Hamburg on 26. and 27. April 2018.

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03. January 2018

Newsletter dealing with secondments

Moore Stephens colleagues from Austria, Germany, France, Slovakia and Czech Republic are bringing an overview of the issue of posting of employees.

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