Marek Kanczew is an attorney-at-law admitted to practice in Poland, a certified tax advisor, and the head of employment and personal taxation practice at Rymarz Zdort Maruta.
Experience and education:
Marek has been involved in a number of labour law projects within the framework of, among others, M&A transactions, including due diligence processes, as well as the transfer of workplace establishments, the development of employment structures, and the structuring of remuneration systems for key employees. He also supports employers throughout employment restructuring processes and the implementation of internal regulations and policies, as well as provides ongoing support in the area of labour law.
Marek also specialize in tax law, with a particular focus on issues relating to M&A transactions and business restructurings. In addition, thanks to his experience in tax consulting, Marek also contributes to projects concerning the taxation of managers as well as social security aspects. He has been involved in various projects, such as advising companies on day-to-day tax issues and preparing tax reviews, as well as establishing the operations of foreign companies on the Polish market.
Marek advises companies across a range of industries, including finance, IT, energy, pharmaceutical, real estate and telecommunications. He also supports various organisations on a pro bono basis with their ongoing employment and tax matters.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in 2005, also completing, in 2003, a course in American law at the Center for American Law Studies co-organised by the University of Warsaw and the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Marek also studied at the Faculty of Law of Erasmus University Rotterdam. He became a certified tax advisor in 2007, joined the law firm, in 2008 and qualified as an attorney-at-law in 2011.
He has lectured at numerous training courses and conferences on tax law. Marek is also the author of a number of publications regarding taxation in Polish and international periodicals.