Aleksei Saaremägi

Partner
13 Narva road, Tallinn
Web larssen.ee
Office: +372 6143 090

Professional Summary

  • Experienced tax consultant with over 15 years of practice.
  • Dedicated professional with extensive knowledge of the tax codes and ways to legally lower tax liability for clients.
  • Committed to providing the best care to clients through transparent communication
  • Skilled in negotiation with a strong ability to problem solve to assist clients with tax problems.

Experience

1996 – ongoing Partner (since 2007), Head of Non-resident department, corporate adviser, Larssen CS OU
Year 1996 Started work at Larssen in position of Corporate Advisor. Year 2007 became a Partner in Larssen CS OU. Having a 23 year of extensive and wide range experience in corporate tax planning and creating a various corporate structures worldwide. Expert in corporate management, corporate structuring and non-resident jurisdictions.
1994 – 1996 Assistant to General Manager, Estonian Tobacco ASMonthly reporting to the Group, as the Company was owned by stock listed Swedish Match AB. Preparation of reports to General Manager for Board meetings and Shareholders meetings. Coordination of advertising campaigns on a local market.
1991 – 1994 Manager and Co-owner, Omonia AS, Trading

Education

2009 Institute of Austrian and International Tax Law / Crowe Horwath Int. Tax Academy on International Taxation Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.

  • Recent case law in different countries
  • Recent OECD developments
  • Recent OECD and bilateral Tax Treaty developments
1983 – 1991 Institute of Austrian and International Tax Law / Crowe Horwath Int. Tax Academy on International Taxation Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.
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Service Focus:

  • Personal tax planning
  • Real estate consulting & implementation
  • Tax planning and compliance
  • Wealth management

Industry Focus:

  • Privately-held businesses
  • Manufacturing, wholesale and distribution
  • Professionals
  • Real estate and construction