Kateřina Havlínová

Tax Manager
Awards and media
Practice Areas

Kateřina Havlínová specialises in corporate tax law, international taxation, and mergers, acquisitions and restructurings.

Within her tax advisory services, Kateřina focuses primarily on tax and accounting advice on restructurings, transformations, acquisitions and liquidations, and provides ongoing tax advice on corporate tax law (with an overlap into accounting issues) and international taxation issues. She has experience, inter alia, in tax due diligence and provides related tax advice on acquisitions of companies (tax aspects of share purchase agreements and providing support to insurance companies in insuring warranties and indemnities, etc.).

Prior to joining HAVEL & PARTNERS Tax s.r.o. in 2022, Kateřina worked, inter alia, for six years in the tax department of Mazars in the Czech Republic and four years at White & Case.

Membership in professional associations

Czech Chamber of Tax Advisers (KDPČR)
KDPČR’s Corporate Income Tax, Value Added Tax and Accounting Department
Chamber of Chartered Accountants

Czech, English
  • University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, Prague (2004), Ing. (Master’s degree)
  • Masaryk University, Faculty of Law, Brno (2011), Bc. (Bachelor of Arts)
  • advising on legal transformations (including cross-border ones)
  • advising on company acquisitions or business transfers
  • ongoing advising on international taxation, corporate taxation and accounting issues
  • tax and methodological accounting support in company liquidations
  • tax due diligence
Authors: Josef Žaloudek, Kateřina Havlínová On 11 July 2022, the General Financial Directorate of the Czech Republic published a press release informing the public that targeted inspections had been carried out to examine the taxation of income from cryptocurrencies. Currently, the differences between the information on income received by the tax authorities from third parties and […]
Authors: Josef Žaloudek, Kateřina Havlínová in cooperation with Mgr. Martin Blaha, an attorney of the Slovak Bar Association At the end of 2021, the European Commission presented a proposal for a Directive laying down rules to prevent the misuse of entities that lack sufficient for tax purposes economic substance (so-called “shell entities”). The Directive should […]
Authors: David Krch, Kateřina Havlínová, Jan Macháček In connection with the conflict in Ukraine, we have prepared a tax summary of how charitable support in the form of monetary and non-monetary donations is currently treated from the perspective of both companies and individuals, especially for the purposes of the correct application of tax deductions. Early […]


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