Jan Neugebauer is a Partner in the Tax Law practice.

Jan specialises in both national and international tax structuring for corporate entities and private investment funds, including private equity, buyout, real estate and debt funds. He advises on a broad range of issues including leveraged and management buyouts, secondary transactions, divestments and distributions, real estate transactions, M&A cross-border transactions and finance taxation (including refinancing and distressed debt work). Jan’s expertise encompasses tax questions related to the structuring of capital market transactions, including IPOs, debt issuance, as well as structured finance vehicles.

Jan also advises funds on specific investment and operational issues such as their carried interest and fee structuring.

He advises banks, insurance companies and asset managers on issues arising out of the implementation of and need for ongoing compliance with the automatic exchange of information regulations (e.g. FATCA and CRS).

Until April 2012, Jan Neugebauer led the Luxembourg Tax Desk in the firm's New York office. He primarily assisted North American clients considering investing or structuring through Luxembourg and dealing with any other Luxembourg tax issues that North American clients might have including restructuring, acquisitions and disposal of businesses or assets.

He has been a member of the Frankfurt Bar (Germany) since 2005 and of the Luxembourg Bar since 2006.

He is also a member of the German-American Lawyers’ Association, the tax law working group of the German Lawyers’ Association, the International Fiscal Association, as well as the New York State Bar Association. Additionally, he served on the New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Taxation of Business Entities.

Jan Neugebauer is a German qualified lawyer who holds the German first (2001) and second (2005) state exam in law, a diploma in law from the Universität Passau (Dipl. jur.) as well as a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in comparative law from the California Western School of Law, San Diego (USA).

Languages: English, French, German.

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