Patrycja Goździowska, tax advisor, specializes in advisory in the field of mergers and acquisitions, devising capital and financial structures, restructuring projects and financing of investments, for individual and corporate investors. She devised concepts and rendered services of day-to-day assistance in several transactions of mergers and acquisitions (the subject of which were shares, selected assets and enterprises) as well as restructurings aimed at improving effectiveness of personal tax burdens of private investors and tax burdens connected with regular business operations, distribution of profits and exit options for projects.
She is an active member of the International Fiscal Association, a member of the Tax Board of the PKPP Lewiatan and 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. In 2019 became a laureate of the 13th Polish Ranking of Tax Consulting Companies in the PIT tax category, ranking of Rzeczpospolita daily.
She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University.
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.