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Anna Burchner

Partner

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English, Hungarian, German, Dutch

Anna Burchner is a partner in the Corporate Tax team at CMS UK.

She has experience in various areas of international tax with particular focus on funds, both in the regulated and unregulated sector. Her experience includes the structuring of fund products, listed and private funds (including venture capital), investments by funds and financial institutions, debt investments, group restructurings, M&A transactions, real estate investments and internationally mobile employees. She also has in depth experience in structuring investments into the UK and in transactional tax work, as well as transfer pricing projects

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Relevant experience

  • Takeda on its EUR 9.6bn acquisition of the Nycomed Group.
  • Coutts on tax risks of its cross border business in respect of over 60 overseas locations.
  • Commerzbank tax advice on structuring a French alternative fund with UK portfolio manager.
  • Riverside Company tax advice and structuring on the acquisition of the Fadata Group.
  • Structuring work for the Enterprise Innovation Fund (ENIF), where cornerstone investors are EBRD, EIF, KfW and Western Balkan governments.
  • Bouwfonds on due diligence and advice on the sale of a fund portfolio involving UK property.
  • Tax structuring advice on various inbound UK property (hotel) investments.
  • Willis Towers Watson on various fund investments, fund structuring, related FATCA and CRS matters.
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Education

  • 2005 - QLTT, College of Law
  • 2002 - LL.M in International and European Tax Law, University of Leiden
  • 2000 - Doctor of Law and Political Sciences, ELTE University Budapest
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20 October 2020
OECD pub­lishes blue­prints for Uni­fied Ap­proach
The OECD has fur­ther pro­gressed its work on ad­dress­ing the tax chal­lenges arising from the di­git­al eco­nomy, build­ing on its most re­cent re­port from Ju­ly 2020. On 12 Oc­to­ber 2020, the OECD pub­lished blue­prints...
07 October 2020
UAE Eco­nom­ic Sub­stance: Im­port­ant Changes
We pre­vi­ously dis­cussed the in­tro­duc­tion of eco­nom­ic sub­stance re­quire­ments in the UAE on 30 April 2019 in Law-Nows here and here. Its in­tro­duc­tion meant that UAE en­tit­ies were ob­liged to file eco­nom­ic...
10 August 2020
OECD re­ports up­dates on Uni­fied Ap­proach
On 18 Ju­ly 2020, the OECD pub­lished fur­ther up­dates on its pro­pos­als to tackle the tax chal­lenges arising from the di­git­al eco­nomy, build­ing on its pre­vi­ous an­nounce­ments in Oc­to­ber 2019 and Janu­ary 2020...
03 August 2020
Cli­mate change tax­a­tion re­forms and in­cent­ives in the UK
1. Has your coun­try rat­i­fied the Par­is Agree­ment?  Yes (rat­i­fied in 2016) 2. Has your coun­try in­tro­duced en­vir­on­ment­al taxes? 2.1 En­ergy taxes Cli­mate Change Levy (CCL) on elec­tri­city, gas and sol­id...
03 June 2020
Land­mark Court de­cision re­lat­ing to UAE Fed­er­al Tax Au­thor­ity pen­al­ties
Since the in­tro­duc­tion of VAT in the United Ar­ab Emir­ates on 1 Janu­ary 2018, there have been some dif­fer­ing opin­ions with in­ter­pret­a­tion and ap­plic­a­tion of the ap­plic­able VAT laws and reg­u­la­tions. This...
03 June 2020
UAE Eco­nom­ic Sub­stance No­ti­fic­a­tion
The dead­lines for fil­ing eco­nom­ic sub­stance no­ti­fic­a­tions are on the ho­ri­zon (or in­deed just passed). In or­der to com­ply with the reg­u­la­tions in­tro­duced on 1 Janu­ary 2019 con­cern­ing eco­nom­ic sub­stance...
05 May 2020
Cov­id-19 Li­quid­ity, Debt and Em­ploy­ment Meas­ures
The Cov­id-19 Li­quid­ity, Debt and Em­ploy­ment Meas­ures brief­ing from CMS can be down­loaded be­low and con­tains  in­form­a­tion about the fol­low­ing:Li­quid­ity and Work­ing Cap­it­al Sup­port - in­clud­ing de­tails...
15 April 2020
Ques­tions fa­cing busi­nesses as the UK’s Di­git­al Ser­vices Tax enters in­to...
As an­nounced by Rishi Sunak, Chan­cel­lor of the Ex­chequer, on 11 March 2020, the UK Di­git­al Ser­vices Tax (“DST”) has now entered in­to force as of 1 April 2020. The UK’s DST comes in­to force des­pite...
09 April 2020
Re­main­ing in your res­id­ence: HM­RC’s ap­proach to cor­por­ate res­id­ence and...
The swift and sig­ni­fic­ant re­duc­tion in busi­ness travel as a res­ult of the glob­al COV­ID-19 out­break has had a huge im­pact on the way busi­nesses op­er­ate. Many busi­nesses are, for ex­ample, hav­ing to change...
24 March 2020
COV­ID-19: tax and li­quid­ity meas­ures an­nounced by the UK Gov­ern­ment
Cor­rect as of 16.00 on 24 March 2020. This art­icle is be­ing main­tained. The glob­al COV­ID-19 out­break is present­ing busi­nesses with un­pre­ced­en­ted chal­lenges. In the last two weeks the UK Gov­ern­ment has...
19 March 2020
COV­ID-19: pro-act­ive tax man­age­ment guid­ance
The Chan­cel­lor an­nounced a raft of COV­ID-19 sup­port meas­ures and tax as­sist­ance in the Budget on 11 March and fur­ther meas­ures on 17 March in re­sponse to the nov­el COV­ID-19. CMS has pro­duced the table...
18 March 2020
COV­ID-19: UK Gov­ern­ment’s tax and fin­an­cial re­lief meas­ures
The fo­cus of the UK Gov­ern­ment’s 2020 Budget last week was provid­ing sup­port to busi­nesses dur­ing the COV­ID-19 out­break. At the time, the £12 bil­lion COV­ID-19 re­lief pack­age an­nounced seemed ground-break­ing...