Sathi Meyer-Nandi, LL.M.
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Sathi Meyer-Nandi is a guest researcher at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax law, currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Zurich. Before joining the Institute, she worked in practice, first as a legal counsel at a private bank, then as an international tax advisor at one of the “big four” in Zurich. In this capacity, she advised multinationals on Swiss tax law aspects as well as on the impact of the BEPS Project on their global activities and tax structures. She was also involved in public sector tax policy consulting, having been commissioned by the Swiss Development Agency to co-author a study on Swiss double taxation agreements and their impact on developing countries (firstly published in 2013), which assessed the coherence of Swiss development policies with the country’s foreign economic policy. She has also regularly published in Swiss tax journals on international tax developments. She studied law at the European Law School of the University of Maastricht and holds an LL.M in international financial law (with Distinction) from King´s College, London, where her research focused on project finance structures, investment law and the regulation of multinational corporations.
|15.08.1987||born in Margonin, Poland|
|2006 - 2011||Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland |
Faculty of Law, Master Studies
|2010 - 2011||German Law School at the University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland|
|2012||Certified tax advisor|
|2011 - 2015||Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland |
Faculty of Law
Position: Research Associate
|2009||Regional Administrative Court, Warsaw, Poland |
Business area: Preparing drafts of pleadings.
|2010 - 2012||Kolibski, Nikończyk, Dec und Partner sp. k., Warsaw, Poland |
Business area: Cooperation in tax law projects
Position: Tax Assistant
|2012 - 2014||Prof. Marek Wierzbowski und Partners – Rechtsanwälter und |
Rechtsberater, Warsaw, Poland
Business area: Tax law advisory in international and domestic projects.
Position: Tax advisor
|since 04/2015||Research associate at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law, Vienna University of Economics and Business|