Katja Dyppel Weber

 

Katja Dyppel Weber
Associate Partner, Associate Professor, Ph.D.

E-mail: kdw@corit.dk
Mobile: +45 40 42 22 95

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Katja advises on all matters within corporate tax and international tax. Moreover, Katja is a leading expert on tax treatment of complex financial instruments, with a specific emphasis on derivatives. In January 2012 she submitted a Ph.D.-thesis on this topic in Danish law. Katja is national correspondent and summary author for IBFD Tax News Services and Tax Treaties Database.

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Professional experience

2015- Associate Partner, CORIT Advisory

2015- Associate Professor, Law Department, Copenhagen Business School

2012- 2015 Senior Associate, CORIT Advisory and CORIT Academic.

2012- 2015 Assistant Professor, Law Department, Copenhagen Business School.

2009- 2012: PhD Fellow, Copenhagen Business School, Law Department, Denmark.

2008- 2012: Tax Consultant, Deloitte, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2011: Visiting PhD., International Tax Program, New York University School of Law, New York, USA.

2006- 2008: Student assistant, Tax and Legal. ATP Real Estate Partners.

 

Education

2012: Ph.D. in tax law. Copenhagen Business School.

2009: Master of Business Administration and Commercial Law. Copenhagen Business School.


Publications

2016

  • “Study on Structures of Aggressive Tax Planning and Indicators”, Ramboll Management Consulting & Corit Advisory(176 pages)
  • “Tilknytning til erhvervsmæssig virksomhed eller ej? – Fradrag for fysiske personers tab på finansielle kontrakter”, Katja Dyppel Weber, SR-skat, January 2016 (12 pages)

2015

  • “Erhvervsretlige emner”, (1. edition 2015) Djøf forlag. (co-auther), (p. 349-369).
  • “Fra symmetri Kulbrinteskatteloven til Symmetri i Kursgevinstloven”, Katja Dyppel Weber, Karnov Group Denmark, SU 2015, 202 (6 pages)
  • “International skatteret – I et dansk perspektiv”. Hans Reitzels Forlag (1. edition 2015). Co-authors: Peter Koerver Schmidt and Michael Tell.

2014

  • “Skatteretlig behandling af underskud i forbindelse med kulbrintevirksomhed”, TfS 2014 775, October 2014 (15 pages).
  • “Tax Treaty Treatment of Dividend Related Payments under Share Loan Agreements”, IBFD, June 23, 2014 (19 pages).
  • “Tax Risk Management”, (Country Chapter), Co-authors: Bundgaard, Gianelli, Tell & Schmidt, IBFD, March 2014 (20 pages).
  • “Nettoprincippets betydning ved lempelsesberegning”, TfS 2014 119, February 2014 (9 pages).
2013
  • “Le Societá Holding: Un Tentative di Collocamento Sistemico”, Co-author, pp. 700-719, Klüwer International, 2013.
  • “Beskatning af aktielån og repo’er, SR-skat online, 2013 (8 pages).
2012
  • “Køberet til andel af vindmøllepark – en kommentar til TfS 2012, 525”. TfS 2012, 616 (12 pages).
  • “Beskatning af finansielle kontrakter”. DJØF Forlag 2012 (400 pages).
  • “Finansielle kontrakter: dekomponering eller integration – et skatteretligt kvalifikationsspørgsmål”. Tidsskrift for Skatter og Afgifter, 2012, 303 (13 pages).
2011
  • “Værdiansættelse af urealiserede finansielle kontrakter”. Tidsskrift for Skatter og Afgifter, 2011, 798 (14 pages).
  • “Denmark offers Unique Opportunities as a Holding Company Jurisdiction”. Tax Planning International European Tax Service, BNA, 2011 (7 pages). Co-author Jakob Bundgaard.
2010
  • “Lager- eller realisationsbeskatning af finansielle kontrakter – TfS 2010, 629 Ø en domskommentar”. Tidsskrift for Skatter og Afgifter, 2010, 804 (14 pages).
  • “Profit Participating Loans in International Tax Law”. Intertax 2010/12, pp. 643-662 (22 pages). Co-author Jakob Bundgaard.
2009
  • “Overskudsafhængige lån – Om udformning, økonomiske rationaler og den mangelfulde skatteretlige regulering”. Tidsskrift for Skatter og Afgifter, 2009, 480 (18 pages). Co-author Jakob Bundgaard.
  • “Corporate Tax Implications of Denmark’s Unilateral Termination of its Tax Treaties with France and Spain”. Bulletin for International Taxation, July 2009, p. 295 et seq. (14 pages). Co-author Jakob Bundgaard.