Tax & Financial Advisor
Sedat Büyük is a tax expert having 15 years experience in the business.
Sedat has experience on both overseas and local tax structuring projects.
He has also experience on personal income taxation, particularly expatriate taxation. He was involved in special projects and provided tax advisory services to Turkish and foreign investors for their inbound and outbound investments.
He has extensive experience in advising on company structures from a tax perspective, tax modeling, tax valuation, and tax due diligence for M&A projects. He has been personally involved in more than 250 M&A projects.
include many sectors such as energy, oil&gas, mining, real estate, automotive, retail, infrastructure, consumer products, production, construction, cryptocurrency tax issues etc.
Sedat has also been lecturing at Marmara University on taxation and audit for last 4 years.
He is a member of the Union of Chamber of Certified Public Accountants (SMMM).
He successfully received the title of 'Sworn-in Certified Public Accountant' (CPA).
He works as a Tax Specialist at PWC ( PricewaterhouseCoopers )
He is a Tax and Financial advisor of GlobalB Law Firm.
GlobalB Law TAX ADVISORY SERVICES:
Tax advisory services will be performed on the intended structure mainly for the below issues,
however, the scope might be narrowed or extended depending on your requests:
• Evaluation of the intended structure from a Turkish tax perspective, focusing on dividend, interest and exit taxation.
• Evaluation of alternative jurisdictions and advantages/disadvantages of such jurisdictions from the perspective of double tax treaties
• Evaluation of tax implications of the financing structure for the acquisition of the target i.e. equity, debt financing (thin cap rules, withholding tax, VAT, stamp tax, etc.),
• Evaluation of taxation of inter company service charges, i.e. management fees, royalty, professional services, etc.
• Analyzing any sector-specific tax issues during the establishment of the structure
• Advising on the tax implications of cash repatriation (i.e. dividend distribution, interest payment, etc.) from the Turkish Company