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Moore Deutschland AG
Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft

Registered office: Munich

Lindwurmstraße 114
80337 Munich
Phone: +49 211 2613 0822
Fax: +49 211 2613 0823
info@moore-germany.com

VAT ID:
DE 212375044
Legal form:
joint-stock corporation
Registered office:
Munich
Court of register:
Local court of Munich
Register No.:
Commercial Register No. B 218608

Represented by its Management Board:
• Carol Haßelmans Auditor/Public Accountant (Chair)
• Helmut Meng, Auditor/Public Accountant
• Michael Orban, Auditor/Public Accountant
• Dr. Matthias Ritzi, Auditor/Public Accountant
• Thomas Ziegler, Auditor/Public Accountant
• Prof. Dr. Brigitte Zürn, Auditor/Public Accountant

Supervisory Board:
• Michael Peters, Auditor/Public Accountant (chair)
• Günter Hilger, Auditor/Public Accountant
• Rolf Rademacher, Auditor/Public Accountant

Responsible supervisory body:
Berlin Chamber of Public Accountants
Rauchstr. 26
10787 Berlin
www.wpk.de

Bavarian Regional Office
Marienstraße 14/16
80331 Munich

The statutory professional titles of “auditor” and “auditing company” have been conferred in the Federal Republic of Germany.

The auditing profession is primarily subject to the following professional regulations:
• Auditors Code [Wirtschaftsprüferordnung];
• the Professional Charter for Public Accountants and Sworn Auditors;
• the Quality Control Charter;
• the Seal Ordinance; and
• the Ordinance on Professional Liability Insurance for Public Accountants.

The regulations can be viewed on the website of the Chamber of Public Accountants.

Professional liability insurance:
Our professional liability insurance policy is with der Versicherungsstelle Wiesbaden, Dotzheimer Straße 23, 65185 Wiesbaden.

The geographical scope of insurance coverage includes (with a few exceptions) activities in member states of the European Union and therefore satisfies the minimum requirements of § 54 of the Auditors Code in conjunction with the Ordinance on Professional Liability Insurance for Public Accountants.

In particular, the geographical scope of coverage is as follows:

1. Germany and

2. rest of Europe, Turkey and countries of the former Soviet Union, including Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
The policy covers liability claims
(1) asserted before courts in those countries and
(2) arising from violation or non-observance of the law of those countries.

3. In countries not mentioned above, coverage exists for liability claims
(1) arising from business auditing activities provided the engagement is based solely on German law and
(2) arising from the rendering of business assistance in tax matters relating to the tax laws of countries not mentioned above, provided the engagement is based solely on German law.
In both cases, insurance indemnities are limited to the minimum insured amount prescribed by law.

4. Global coverage exists for liability claims
arising from activities exercised through foreign establishments, branch offices or other advisory bodies abroad, no higher than in the minimum insured amount prescribed by law.

Responsible person in terms of § 55 of the State Treaty on Broadcasting:

Carol Haßelmans (Management Board Chairwoman)
Moore Deutschland AG
Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft
Lindwurmstraße 114
80337 Munich

Online dispute resolution platform (ODR platform)/Legal Conciliation Board [Schlichtungsstelle der Rechtsanwaltschaft]:
The European Commission provides an online platform for out-of-court dispute resolution (the ODR platform), which is available at www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.

Participation in conciliation procedures:
We are neither willing nor obligated to take part in dispute resolution procedures on the ODR platform, before the Legal Conciliation Board or any other consumer arbitration board.

Design and programming:
Gute Botschaften.sgp
Hindenburgstraße 37
42853 Remscheid
Phone: +49 02191 98110
Fax: +49 02191 981111
E-Mail: info@sgp.de
Website: www.sgp.de

Sources for the images used:
fotolia.de
Moore Global
Moore Deutschland AG
Robert Poorten / www.robertpoorten.de
pixabay.com

Please contact us!

Moore Deutschland AG
+49 211 261308-22
+49 211 261308-23
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18. September 2019

New DACHIF brochure

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27. June 2019

Certification for Online Vendors

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03. June 2019

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16. May 2019

Landmark decision: ECJ overturns unequal treatment of third country dividends for trade tax purposes

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17. April 2019

The New Auditor’s Opinion: A Waste of Time?

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25. March 2019

Country-by-Country-Reporting

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14. February 2019

BREXIT Rescue Packages in German Tax and Reorganization Law

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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

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20. December 2018

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28. November 2018

Moore Stephens International Statement

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16. October 2018

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04. October 2018

The upstream merger as a tax trap for a share swap

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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?

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Second digitalization conference of MOORE STEPHENS Deutschland AG

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03. January 2018

Newsletter dealing with secondments

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11. December 2017

The Pay Transparency Act: Right to Information as of 6 January 2018

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18. October 2017

This issue of MO(O)RE News presents the latest developments in (international) tax law, accounting, labor law and business law.

We wish you pleasant reading.


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04. October 2017

Digitalization Conference of MOORE STEPHENS Deutschland AG in Ulm

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04. October 2017

Accounting for off-balance-sheet transactions in notes

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11. July 2017

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22. May 2017

Research Project of Paderborn University and Ludwig Maximilian University Munich – MOORE STEPHENS member firms worldwide take part.

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17. March 2017

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13. March 2017

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11. March 2017

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08. March 2017

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12. January 2017

International transfer pricing

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