Magdalena Zamoyska

Partner | Tax adviser

International taxes

Tel.: (+48) (22) 322 68 88
Mob.: (+48) (22) 606 234 976

  • Expert in corporate income tax and international taxes
  • She runs projects in companies’ restructuring. She participates e.g. in complex service of mergers, divisions, contributions and transformations of capital groups
  • She provides advisory on transactions of purchase or sale of assets and enterprises operating both in Poland and abroad
  • She helps entrepreneurs to prepare arguments and full documentation on the economic justification of their transactions
  • She represents clients in disputes with the tax authorities, e.g. in the first anti abusive clause proceedings in Poland ended with a favourable resolution for the taxpayer
  • 2001 Tax adviser
  • 1996 Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw
  • 1999 Post-graduate studies in financial and management accounting at the Warsaw School of Economics
  • Member of the National Chamber of Tax Advisers
  • Language: English and Spanish
  • Partner at MDDP’s Income Tax Practice, distinguished among the leading practices on the Polish market in the “General Corporate Tax” category in the World Tax ranking prepared by the International Tax Review (2019)
  • Partner Expert at MDDP awarded by the Rzeczpospolita in two consecutive years for handling prestigious transactions (2018, 2019) and listed as the only Polish company among the leaders of the transaction advisory market in Poland in the “Tax Transactional” ranking prepared by the International Tax Review (2017, 2018, 2019)
  • Partner at MDDP – awarded twice the title of Poland Firm of the Year in the European Tax Awards ranking organized by the International Tax Review (2013, 2018) and listed every year among the leading firms on the Polish market in the World Tax ranking
  • Author of the boo “In-kind Contributions to Companies and Partnerships. Key Tax Issues, Outline of Legal Aspects”
  • Author of publications in professional press and comments in daily media
  • Co-author of the “A bit about CIT” blog