Tomasz Wisiecki

Advocate, Tax Advisor, Senior Associate

Tomasz Wisiecki
phone:
+48 22 326 9600
mobile:
+48 532 461 055
office:
Warsaw

Tomasz Wisiecki has many years of experience in tax advisory services, including the representation of clients before the tax and administrative authorities. He provides active support in tax audits and disputes, including in the area of fiscal liability and in the representation of clients in administrative courts.

He has provided tax advice for transactions in capital and real estate markets and conducted numerous restructuring and tax optimization deals using both Polish and international solutions.

Furthermore, Tomasz has experience in the railway, financial and FMCG sectors, in which he has advised clients in tax audits, tax law court proceedings, criminal tax cases and in the recovery of tax overpayments.

Languages: Polish, English.

Membership: The Warsaw Bar of Advocates, The National Chamber of Tax Advisors.

Education: Łazarski University, the faculty of Law and Administration.

Represented companies from the USA and the EU in e-commerce transactions.

Represented a leading tobacco producer in a dispute with a customs and treasury authority concerning excise duty.

Represented the management board members of a leading Polish construction company regarding taxation and contributions related to management contracts.

Represented a railway company before the tax authorities and administrative courts regarding the reimbursement of an overpayment of property tax on property worth more than PLN 500 million.

Represented a developer in control and tax proceedings regarding the sale of an organised part of an enterprise.

Represented an energy company before the administrative courts regarding property tax on buildings.

Represented an entity from the fuel sector before the tax authorities and administrative courts regarding the alleged participation in a VAT carousel tax fraud involving over PLN 200 million.

Represented a client from the FMCG sector regarding the alleged participation in a VAT carousel tax fraud involving over PLN 45 million.