Articles & Opinions
Articles & Opinions
You will find here the articles written by Mazars Poland experts.
Doing M&A transactions in uncertain times: lessons from Covid-19
The first few months following Covid-19 outbreak were marked by a strong level of economic uncertainty worldwide, with direct consequences on mergers and acquisitions (M&A). From summer 2020, the M&A landscape began to improve significantly, with an increasing appetite for deal-making on the markets, and the pandemic crisis turning into an opportunity for many investors. Today, many lessons can be learned with respect to M&A transactions and related processes during that period.
Foreign acquisitions must be very precisely prepared
Polish acquisitions on foreign markets are no longer surprising, although the number of transactions is relatively low. Jacek Byrt, Partner responsible for financial advisory at Mazars in Poland and an expert with a long-standing international practice on the acquisition market, explains how to prepare for them and what to pay particular attention to.
Carve-outs in the automotive industry
The automotive industry is constantly changing, facing external challenges posed around new technologies and business models. Carve-outs are under the spotlight to help companies mitigate these risks and offer strategic opportunities. Mazars experts around the world provide insights about carve-outs, from a range of different strategic perspectives.
Selected changes in corporate income tax under the Polish Order
The draft law of the year amending the Personal Income Tax Act, the Corporate Income Tax Act and certain other acts, referred to as the Polish Order, which, after taking into account some of the comments made during the consultation process, was referred in its new version on 8 September 2021 for the first reading at the session of the Sejm, is expected to introduce many tax changes. In the present article we will focus on selected CIT issues.
VAT groups as one of the solutions proposed as part of the new Polish Order
The new version of the draft law amending the Law on Personal Income Tax, the Law on Corporate Income Tax and certain other laws, known as the new Polish Order, which takes into account some of the comments proposed during the consultations and which has been submitted on 8th September, 2021 to the first reading at the sitting of the Polish Sejm, is expected to introduce many tax changes. In today's article, we will look at the solution regarding VAT groups which will be presumably introduced to the Act on Goods and Services.