Yerassimos C. Yannopoulos
Yerassimos Yannopoulos is based in Taxand Greece where he is a partner and tax attorney with Zepos & Yannopoulos, and leads our tax practice group. He was admitted to the Athens Bar in 1991 and joined our firm in 1994.
Yerassimos has extensive experience in advising international clients, including some of the world's largest institutions on Greek tax matters. He regularly advises on international business transactions, including joint ventures, corporate reorganisations, mergers and acquisitions. He also assists clients on tax controversy. Yerassimos has lectured at the Athens School of Economics on International Tax Law (Post-Graduate program on Taxation) from 2003 to 2011.
Yerassimos is also the author of several publications including "Interpretation of International Tax Conventions" (Public and Administrative Law Review, 1995); "Tax treatment of inter-company charges within a multinational group of companies", (Accountant's Review, 1996); "Tax treatment of emerging financial instruments", (Accountant's Review, 1996); "Taxation of Principal and Accessory Contracts", (Athens Bar Law Review (Nomiko Vima), 1997); Co-author of the section on Greece of the "International Guide to Mergers and Acquisitions" published by the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation.
University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Law (LL.B.) 1988
University of Paris-2 (D.E.A) 1990
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