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Welcome to JP Weber

For  over  15 years,  JP  Weber  has  been  supporting  international  investors  in  their M&A projects, restructuring processes and other Poland based investment - related  operations  as  well  as  their  day-to-day  tax  and  legal  dealings.  We  employ  over  60 investment  and  tax  advisors  as  well  as  lawyers  who  provide  services  to  Clients  at  our  Wrocław  and Warsaw offices. From office in Berlin we support Polish companies in their international expansion.  

We have a pleasure to invite you to become acquainted with our team, our experience and our approach. 

Industry Report - Developments in the IT industry
Driven By Knowledge
Investment attractiveness of the Wroclaw Agglomeration more
Report
New report on UK’s competitiveness after Brexit, prepared by Eight International more
Eight International
Eight International is a reputed international alliance of 8 member firms and 13 associated firms across the globe. Eight International is active in more than 20 countries. The 8 member firms account for more than 1.000 professionals, including 55 partner more
Publication
The Code of Good Restructuring Practice more

Latest News

Langendorf Group takeover completed by Wielton

All conditions precedent specified in the agreement signed by Wielton have been fulfilled. JP Weber team undertook as M&A advisor full representation of Wielton’s interests and provided it with comprehensive advisory on each transaction phase more

New report on UK’s competitiveness after Brexit

The UK has one of the greatest economic opportunities of our time, according to a comprehensive report by Eight International, a new global alliance of leading independent business advisors co-founded by JP Weber. more


Latest articles

Tax relief for Research and Development - in 2018 even more favourable

Recently, the draft act on R+D relief has undergone significant changes. The amendment changes the form and wording of the draft due to the negative reception by the taxpayers. Similarly to the previous text of the act, the changes comprise the subject of eligible costs incurred for the R+D activity with the possibility to deduct them from the tax base. At the moment, the text of the act is being reviewed. more

Drafted CIT changes as of 1st of January 2018

The drafted act is to constitute another step towards reconstruction of tax income of the state and in particular income from CIT, at the same time covering a wide spectrum of criteria with its scope. The implemented provisions will significantly hamper conducting of activity mainly by large entities, and even though the legislator will not increase the CIT rate, it will increase the taxation base thanks to the tightening and the proposed changes. more