Tatiana M. Astahova
Field of expertise:
- Personal taxation;
- International tax planning and structuring;
- Currency legislation.
- Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution for Higher Education «Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation», Bachelor of Laws with a minor in foreign languages
- Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution for Higher Education «Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation», Master of Laws with a minor in foreign languages
- Fluent in English and Spanish.
Field of practice
Tatiana Astahova specializes in providing HNWI /UHNWI private clients with consulting services involving international personal tax planning, restructuring of Russian and foreign major groups, including development of effective holding entity, financing and management structure.
Branches of practice
Tatiana consults HNWI /UHNWI private clients, family offices, trade and manufacturing companies etc.
Before joining “AT Lawyers” team, Tatiana worked in the Big Four company, and also in Russian consulting company specializing in personal tax planning.
Examples of completed projects:
- Drafting out special tax returns within the scope of the fourth wave of capital amnesty in the Russian Federation
- Providing consulting services for HNWI /UHNWI private clients within the scope of international personal tax planning
- Analysis of the applicability of the provisions of the currency legislation of the Russian Federation to the participation of individuals as partners with limited liability in foreign venture funds
- Preparation of legal opinions regarding the tax status of individuals, taking into account the provisions of double tax treaties, in particular tie-breaker rules
- Advising international company groups on the application of the concept of beneficial owner (BO) of income in Russia, diagnosing foreign companies for compliance with BO criteria.
- Advising Russian company groups on the application of CFC rules