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Ivan Kranjec

Tax expert

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Bleiweisova 30
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
Languages Slovenian, English, German, Croatian, Serbian

Ivan Kranjec is the head of the tax law team at CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz in Slovenia. He is a tax law specialist who consults domestic and international clients from a wide range of industries (financial, retail, pharma, automotive, etc.) primarily on transfer pricing and value added tax. His practice also extends to other areas of tax law as well as to corporate, commercial and employment law.

Ivan Kranjec has more than a decade of working experience. Before joining CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz Slovenia in 2014, he worked as a tax advisor in local and Big Four tax consulting companies, where he gained experience in consulting domestic and foreign clients from industries such as financial services, retail, high-tech, pharma, production and entertainment on matters related to tax planning and structuring and on due diligence projects.

In 2007, Ivan Kranjec graduated from the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law and in 2016 he obtained a master’s degree in Tax Law from the University of Maribor, Faculty of Law. Moreover, he was admitted to the bar in 2016.

Ivan Kranjec is a senior lecturer in Tax Law at the Management and Law College Ljubljana and has obtained the national qualification for management and supervisory board members of state-owned companies.

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Memberships & Roles

  • Bar Association of Slovenia
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Education

  • 2018 - National qualification for management and supervisory board members of state-owned companies, Slovenian Directors’ Association (SDA)
  • 2016 - State bar examination, Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Justice
  • 2016 - Master of Laws (mag. prava), University of Maribor, Faculty of Law
  • 2007 - Bachelor of Laws (univ. dipl. pravnik), University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law
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03/08/2020
Cli­mate change tax­a­tion re­forms and in­cent­ives in Slov­e­nia
1. Has your coun­try rat­i­fied the Par­is Agree­ment? Yes, on 16 Decem­ber 2016. 2. Has your coun­try in­tro­duced en­vir­on­ment­al taxes? 2.1 En­ergy taxes In Slov­e­nia, as in oth­er EU coun­tries, ex­cise duty...
23/04/2020
Wind­ing down busi­ness op­er­a­tions in Slov­e­nia
Slim­ming down a com­pany, cor­por­ate and fin­an­cial re­struc­tur­ing will be on minds of many man­agers and com­pany own­ers in the com­ing months. In prac­tice, when de­cid­ing to wind down a com­pany, of­ten a de­cision...
22/04/2018
CMS Guide to tax re­gimes in Cent­ral and East­ern Europe
The CMS Guide to tax re­gimes in Cent­ral and East­ern Europe is one of the fruits of our close co­oper­a­tion with­in the re­gion. It of­fers a unique over­view of the tax sys­tems of 13 coun­tries in an in­form­at­ive...
03/07/2017
Over­view of Tax Re­forms in CEE 2015 - 2017
Tax sys­tems across the world could be simple if they were com­posed to raise rev­en­ue only. Tax­pay­ers ex­pect their tax sys­tems to be fair, ef­fi­cient, and en­force­able. Taxes are also ex­pec­ted to pro­mote...