Patrycja Goździowska

Patrycja Goździowska


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Tax advisor

Main practice



Patrycja Goździowska, tax advisor, has rich experience in providing tax consulting to international capital groups and Polish entrepreneurs. She specializes in comprehensive tax service of mergers and acquisitions; she advises by restructuring and consolidation processes of capital and tax groups. Patrycja has long experience in developing and implementing succession solutions based on national and international regulations. She participates in developing and implementing asset restructuring concepts it terms of ensuring succession thereof. She develops and implements concepts of dividing assets comprised by the estate among heirs, including the use of entities of foreign jurisdictions.

She advises by choosing tax effective business structures and by tax optimization projects. She is an active member of the International Fiscal Associations. She is a member of the Executive Board of Polish Confederation Lewiatan Tax Board and she is the Vice-President of CIT/PIT Group.

An independent ranking company recommended Patrycja in Legal 500 ranking of 2014-2016 as a tax law specialist. In 2018 Patrycja was recommended in the Tax: Consultant category in Chambers and Partners ranking. According to Chambers, she has recently joined the rankings as a consequence of numerous positive opinions coming from the market.

Selected projects

Developing a tax optimization plan involving the transfer of assets between closed investment funds within a structure that allows for further tax optimization of subsequent withdrawals from the fund – on behalf of a manufacturer of wooden products.

Developing and implementing a tax optimization plan associated with repayment and “rollover” of corporate bonds valued in excess of EUR 80 million.

Developing a VAT optimization plan for a real estate investment on behalf of one of the largest private universities in Poland; the value of the investment was PLN 100 million.

Developing a plan for asset restructuring and creating a capital group controlled by a closed investment fund in such a manner as to enable the tax-free transfer of profits generated by the fund’s assets to the personal assets of the fund’s participants.

Preparing the tax aspects of early redemption and partial-refinancing of corporate bonds.