Dr Joachim Reichenberger, LL.M., EMBA (Washington D.C)

Dr Joachim Reichenberger, LL.M., EMBA (Washington D.C)

Dr Joachim Reichenberger, LL.M., EMBA (Washington D.C)

Munich

T +49 89 23714 11136

Lawyer
Tax Advisor
Dipl.-Verwaltungswirt (FH)
Graduate in Business Law
Counsel

Areas of Practice

Dr Joachim Reichenberger advises on national and international tax law issues, as well as on company social security schemes. In the area of tax law, he focuses on advising high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs), in particular, professional athletes. In addition, he focuses on providing tax and social security law advice when it comes to carrying out socially acceptable staff cuts, in which context he advises companies on the optimisation and subsequent implementation of social compensation plans.

Practices
Vita

After graduating from the University of Applied Sciences (FHVR) in Wasserburg (Germany), having been awarded a degree in public administration (Diplom-Verwaltungswirt (FH)), Dr Joachim Reichenberger studied law in Bayreuth (Germany) whilst working as a civil servant for the German Statutory Pension Insurance Scheme. In Bayreuth, he additionally graduated in business law (Wirtschaftsjurist (Univ. Bayreuth)). After completing his legal training, which included training periods at Clifford Chance and Latham&Watkins, Joachim Reichenberger worked as a lawyer for Flick Gocke Schaumburg in Bonn (Germany) until the end of 2019. His doctoral thesis on a tax law topic dealt with the taxation of professional athletes under national and international tax law. Joachim Reichenberger has additionally earned an LL.M. degree, again in the area of tax. In the beginning of 2020 Dr. Reichenberger completed his Executive-MBA studies in Washington D.C. (USA). In June 2020 he was appointed as tax advisor.

Clients

Dr Joachim Reichenberger’s clients include internationally successful professional athletes and other high-net-worth individuals, especially in cross-border constellations. In addition, he advises numerous renowned medium-sized and large companies on staff reduction projects.

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