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Martina Sradj, Partner

Martina Sradj

Partner

Steuerberaterin

Languages

German, English, French

Practice areas

  • Financial institutions
  • Indirect real estate
  • Investment funds and asset management
  • Real estate
  • Real estate development and regeneration
  • Real estate finance
  • Real estate investment
  • Real estate planning
  • Real estate sector
  • Tax planning and consultancy

Practice notes

Martina Sradj is a tax advisor in the Munich office of Eversheds Sutherland.

Her expertise comprises the provision of tax structuring services, in particular in the area of conception, implementation and restructuring of regulated (Capital Investment Code (Kapitalanlagegesetzbuch, KAGB)) and unregulated investment products in a domestic and cross-border context, with a focus on real estate and tangible assets for private and institutional investors, as well as advising her clients on real estate transactions and/or the development of tax-attractive investment structures in the area of closed-end and open-end funds/AIF both in Germany and abroad.

Moreover, she provides ongoing advice on all tax-related matters, such as individual questions regarding tax declarations, supporting companies with regard to audits or binding information.

Martina has long-standing experience in international tax law, the taxation of real estate and investment funds and the taxation of real estate capital investments of insurance companies, pension funds, savings banks (Sparkassen) and banks, taking into account any regulatory aspects.

She does not only have long-standing experience in the areas of international tax services, real estate and financial services which she gained from her activities for a Big Four company, but also extensive in-house expertise from heading the tax departments of German capital investment companies. In addition to advising on investment products, she also provides advice on their effects and/or their implementation in the ongoing management of capital investment companies.

Martina regularly gives lectures and publishes comments in renowned specialist magazines on current issues regarding the taxation of real estate and investments. She was co-author of Beck'sches Steuerberater Handbuch (2000-2012) (Tax Advisor Handbook) and is a commentator in Bujotzek/Steinmüller „Investmentsteuergesetz“ (Investment Tax Law) Verlag C.H. Beck (appears in 2019).

Martina studied business administration at the Universities of Erlangen-Nürnberg and Regensburg and has been admitted as a Tax Advisor since 2001. She worked as a tax advisor at Ernst & Young in Munich and headed the tax departments at Hannover Leasing GmbH & Co. KG in Pullach and Real I.S. AG in Munich. She is a member of the Munich Chamber of Tax Advisors.

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