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Upcoming Webinar | 17 January 2023

This session will explore key questions and examples of the state of play of crypto (or digital) assets across a number of jurisdictions and the tax impact and rules on employee compensation as well as considerations from a wealth management perspective.

Join us for our webinar where we will discuss the advantages and challenges faced when implementing cryptocurrency programs for employers looking to be innovative with benefit and compensation programs.

We will review what individuals must look out for when holding and transferring crypto assets and the possible challenges when taxed as a professional trader or other crypto business.

We will be using Zoom as the presenting platform for this webinar. To register for the webinar, click on the REGISTER button below and complete the form with your information.


Webinar Details
Tuesday, 17 January 2023
13:00 – 14:00 GMT | 14:00 – 15:00 CET

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60 minutes

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Geraldine Cheng


Agnès Charpenet practices in the Tax Group of Baker McKenzie in Paris since December 1998.


Lyubomir Georgiev has practiced law since 2003 in the United States and Switzerland. He has assisted banks, insurance companies, fiduciaries, family offices, asset managers, and high net worth individuals. Lyubomir participated in the negotiations of the special arrangements between the Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein and the UK on voluntary disclosure, tax compliance certification and tax information exchange. He heads the International Tax and Global Wealth Management practice in Zurich. Lyubomir has worked in Washington, DC and New York. Previously he was a member of the EMEA Wealth Management Steering Committee and Knowledge Management & Training head. Lyubomir is admitted to practice in Washington, DC, US Tax Court, England and Wales, and Switzerland as a foreign-qualified solicitor. He has been ranked in Chambers Global since 2012 as a foreign expert in practice areas such as UK tax and private clients, US private clients, and Liechtenstein tax and general business law.


Ludmilla Maurer, a counsel, joined Baker McKenzie’s Frankfurt office in 2010. She is a member of the German Tax Practice Group, a member of the EMEA Steering Committee for Employee Benefits and a member of the Global Immigration & Mobility Steering Committee. Ludmilla studied law at the University of Bayreuth, Germany, concentrating on tax law. She also has an additional qualification in business studies as Wirtschaftsjuristin from the University of Bayreuth. She passed the first State Exam in Bayreuth in 2006 and was admitted to the German bar in 2009. After passing the first State Exam, Ms. Maurer worked at an international law firm in Moscow as a law clerk. During her legal clerkship (Referendariat) and prior to joining Baker McKenzie, she worked for several large international law firms in their corporate departments. In 2013, Ludmilla was admitted as a certified tax advisor and a certified tax lawyer. In 2015, she completed a Master of International Taxation, MIntTax, degree at the University of Sydney.


Alfie is a tax advisor in Baker McKenzie's Wealth Management Practice in London. He trained and qualified at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP before leaving as a senior manager to join Baker McKenzie in 2022.

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