Partial revision of the Swiss VAT law: at least 30’000 foreign established businesses will have, in principle, to register for VAT in Switzerland

Swiss VAT Law imposes new obligation on foreign companies

As of January 1st, 2018 / January 1st, 2019, the partial revision of Swiss VAT Law will directly impact the foreign established companies operating in Switzerland

Please check out our technical flyer on the subject to find out more about these changes:

 

Do you want to know more about the new Swiss VAT obligations impacting foreign business or e-commerce business?

Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss about your situation, your projects and more particularly the related VAT consequences in Switzerland or abroad.

We would be more than happy to discuss with you about the potential impacts, benefits, risks, costs, optimizations and obligations resulting from such changes.

Patricia More, Associée TVA, PwC Genève
+41 58 792 95 07 / patricia.more@ch.pwc.com

Olivier Comment, Directeur TVA, PwC Lausanne
+41 58 792 81 74 / olivier.comment@ch.pwc.com

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Patricia More

Patricia More

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PwC
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Patricia More leads the Romandie's indirect tax practice with more than 20 years of specialization in indirect taxes, including 12 in landwell paris and 5 leading the pwc french indirect tax practice.

She has a wide experience in analyzing indirect tax issues for multinational companies on a number of different industries sectors including: Transport and Logistics, luxury goods, Telecom, Energy, Information Technology, technology, Financial services, electronic means of payment and general Indirect Tax issues.