Matthias Euler new Head of Tax at KanAm Grund Group

Matthias Euler (32) will take over as head of tax at KanAm Grund Group on September 1st. He has been with the company since April 2020 and will be responsible for the entire tax matters of the group. This includes tax structuring, tax compliance and tax planning in Germany and abroad for the entire group as Associate Director, Head of Tax. As part of the product tax activities, he and his team are responsible for all fund vehicles of the KanAm Grund Group and related inquiries from investors - as far as tax issues are concerned. In addition, he will be responsible for tax structuring tasks, such as the tax optimization of acquisition and disposal structures as well as the tax support of the separate account mandates and their international investors. He reports directly to Olivier Catusse, CEO and Managing Partner of the KanAm Grund Group.

Olivier Catusse says: “I am very pleased that we have been able to fill the important key position of Head of Tax internally with Matthias Euler. He has already proven his competence in the past three and a half years and is also a great human asset to our team. In the near future, there will be various legislative projects and tax adjustments associated with them, among other things, which will present the industry with new challenges. We are certain that, with Matthias Euler and his team, we will master these in the interest of our investors."

Matthias Euler has extensive know-how in the field of real estate tax. He is a chartered tax advisor and holds a Master's degree (LL.M.) in Business & Law.     
As part of his previous positions at KanAm Grund Group, he was mainly responsible for tax structuring of transactions. Within the last three and a half years, he was responsible in particular for the markets in Germany, Western, Eastern and Southern Europe as well as North America with a transaction volume of over EUR 1.6 billion.    
Prior to that, he worked in Frankfurt and New York at the Big Four company KPMG in the real estate tax sector. His focus at KPMG was on fund compliance for German capital management companies and international institutional investors as well as project developers. Another focus of his work was the structuring of so-called outbound real estate transactions of German investors abroad and the support of so-called inbound real estate transactions of foreign investors in German real estate. He also supported the development of an IT-based tax template for corporate tax returns of German Chapter-2-funds.

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