Florian finished his technical diploma at the University of Applied Sciences Hagenberg in Austria and then worked over four years for KPMG in markets and communication. The combination of acquired technical and economical know-how, paired with his early interest in cryptocurrencies and blockchain, led him to co-found Blockpit in 2017. The RegTech company is developing compliance software to tackle the issues of complex taxation and money laundering when it comes to blockchain-based assets.
Michael Petritz is Tax Partner at KPMG and Tax Head of Smartstart Austria (the StartUp program of KPMG Austria). He specializes in international tax law, venture capital, M&A and HNWIs. He is a member in the Tax committee of the Austrian Chamber of Public Accountants and Tax Advisors, president of STEP Austria (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) and lecturer and author of (international) tax publications. Michael was co-author of the Krypto-Tax-Guide 2021.
As legal and financial expert, Alexander brings in more than 10 years working experience in top-tier law and Venture Capital firms. He was responsible for structuring and execution of investment transactions, due diligences, negotiation of participation agreements and monitoring investments. Furthermore, Alexander is board member of the European Super Angels Club, lecturer at the Business Angel Institute, and he is an independent expert for “Horizon 2020” of the European Commission.
Please join BMCP.live for a panel led by Alexander Rapatz.
This session will cover:
After an introduction of the panelists and a brief introduction on Crypto Taxation, KPMG Austria will continue with a presentation of the topic, covering the current legal situation of Crypto Taxation, an EU outlook, and experiences from practice.
Afterwards Blockpit will continue with a presentation on their own solution, their international roll-out and an outlook into the future of Crypto and Securities Taxation.
The Webinar will close with a Q&A session.
This BMCP.live will be online via Zoom. The Zoom dial-in URL will be sent previous to the Webinar. This talk will be held in English.
Be sure to register. All registrants will receive the recording following the Webinar.