Dr Malte Strüber
Dr Malte Strüber is Partner at BEITEN BURKHARDT's Berlin office and member of the Tax and the Corporate/M&A practice groups. His area of activity comprises in particular transaction-related tax advice, tax planning/structuring and advice in tax defence situations (tax audits and tax disputes). He advises his national and international clients, which include public-law entities and non-profit organisations, on all aspects of tax issues.
Dr Malte Strüber studied law at the Free University of Berlin and the University of Cape Town and was admitted to the German Bar in 2002. He obtained his doctor's degree (Dr. iur.) at the University of Cologne in 2005 and was admitted as both a tax advisor and a tax law specialist in 2008. Before joining BEITEN BURKHARDT in 2012, Dr Malte Strüber was part of the tax team of an international law firm and worked for a Big Four auditing firm.
Publications / Lectures
Share-for-share Exchange - A Different Form of Company Acquisition
Dr Malte Strüber and Dr Moritz Brocker
in: Gruenderszene.de, January 2015;
Is the introduction of the 1\\% participation threshold in sec. 17 of the German Income Tax Act fully in line with constitutional requirements?, DStR 2013, 626;
Loan Portfolio Trading in Germany in Light of Current Jurisdiction and Market Developments, Corporate Finance Law, April 2012, p. 133;
Fiscal State Aid – A critical analysis of the application of the EU state aid prohibition on measures of direct taxation, Peter Lang, 2006
FinTax Colloquium for Parliamentary Staff „Political Tax Challenges in 2015“ on 2 February 2015: Lecture on „Patent Box vs. Licence Threshold – What will prevail?“
12. German Corporate M&A Congress on 25 November 2014: Lecture on „Focus on Tax Issues in M&A Transactions“ (jointly with André Suttorp)
China - EU School of Law: lecture on tax issues in M&A transactions (including an introduction to German, EU and international tax law) in the 2013 "Lawyers‘ Training on Cross-border Investment";
Spobis 2009 and Horizont Sportbusiness Kongress 2009: Lectures on tax implications in the context of sponsoring services