Peter Chrenko will focus on developing PwC’s tax and legal services on the Czech market, especially in the area of Tax functional effectiveness. He will carry on strengthening the role of PwC as a mediator of dialogues between corporate tax payers, tax administration and the Ministry of Finance. In this field, Peter capitalises on his long-term experiences with tax policy and tax administration.
In my new position I will build on my and PwC experiences from various projects where we helped governments in the CEE region to modernise their tax systems. Countries where we did our job benefit from higher tax collection and lower tax administration costs. Also, the tax payer benefits from the system thanks to an easier tax administration. Czech competitiveness is improving as is its picture in the world.
Peter Chrenko (46) has more than twenty years of experience in tax advisory in addition to his extensive understanding of the corporate side in the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic. Nowadays Peter is a partner in the area of tax dispute support, tax administration and tax policy in PwC Czech Republic. He came to PwC from the Ministry of Finance where he was Deputy Minister for taxes and duties for three years. Before going to the ministry, he was a tax partner and a leading partner in Ernst & Young Slovakia. He graduated from the faculty of International law at the Institute of International relations in Moscow. Peter is married and has two children. He devotes his free time to family and sport.
Tax and Legal service department at PwC Czech Republic employs more than 180 professionals in Prague, Brno and Ostrava.
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