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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. 

Publication
Gründung einer GmbH in Polen
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Sector Report
Economic Sectors of Wroclaw and Lower Silesia - Mechanical Engineering
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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

New Tax Director in tax advisory team at JP Weber

Tomasz Bartoszek has joined JP Weber's Warsaw office, where, as Tax Director, he will be responsible for supervising and expanding the Tax Advisory Department at JP Weber. more

New office of JP Weber in Warsaw

Modern, open, conducive to creativity and cooperation - this is how the new office of JP Weber Warsaw looks like. Since January 2019, the new office is located in Park Avenue office building at ul. Wspólna 70, on the fifth floor. more


Latest articles

Act on supporting new investments

On 4 September 2018, the regulation on the state aid to be granted to some entrepreneurs for the implementation of new investments came into being. This supplemented the act on supporting new investments with qualitative and quantitative criteria for granting state aid. more

Another revolution in transfer pricing in Poland?

Since 1 January 2019, there have been significant changes in transfer pricing regulations. Importantly, they will also apply to transactions and other events commenced before that date but continued in 2019. Moreover, as a result of the introduction of a new definition of related parties, the new rules may cover a wider group of taxpayers than hitherto. more