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As increasingly complex tax implications arise for international companies, your knowledge and skills are needed now more than ever. Working for Deloitte Tax, you will gain access to an array of compliance and advisory consulting opportunities.

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Stefan

Level: Assistant Manager, Corporate Tax

Start at Deloitte: 2012

Studies: University of Lucerne, Master in Law

 

My daily work has been incredibly varied right from the outset. I was immediately involved in numerous projects, quickly learning to take responsibility and work independently. For me, the combination of financial and legal knowledge needed in my work is especially interesting. Nothing can be treated in isolation. I find this challenge particularly stimulating and it gives my day a lot of variety.

An unforgettable experience at Deloitte…

“Young Deloitte” – my first personal highlight. An event was organized by “Young Deloitte” during my very first week at work. On this occasion, after a short talk on the collaboration between Consulting and Audit, we went to play laser tag in the Seebach quarter of Zurich. Besides being lots of fun and surprisingly hard work, it was an excellent opportunity to become better acquainted with my new colleagues and especially to network with those from other service lines. I’ve certainly already noted the date of the next event in my calendar.  

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Flurin

Level: Partner and Head M&A Tax Switzerland

Start at Deloitte: 2012

Studies: University of Zurich, lic. iur., attorney and tax expert

 

I studied at the University of Zurich and graduated in law in 1995. I qualified as an attorney three years later and then joined Arthur Andersen to prepare for the tax expert's diploma which I passed in 2002; just when Arthur Andersen merged with Ernst & Young (EY). After 5 years as a tax partner with EY, I was seeking for a new challenge. Deloitte approached me at just the right time.

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