Thomas Kästner completed his studies of business economics in Jena and Cambridge (Great Britain) with a main emphasis on international tax law and international management.

As an auditor, Thomas Kästner’s practice concentrates on the auditing of annual and consolidated financial statements according to the German Commercial Code (HGB) and according to international accounting provisions (IAS or IFRS as well as US-GAAP). The focus of his work hereby deals on the one hand with the industrial field (automobile suppliers, machine construction, and food industry) and on the other hand the public sector (energy production, public utilities, water management). In this context, medium-sized and large scale enterprises are included in Thomas Kästner’s scope of activities.

The focus of his consultancy work is supporting companies with their search for optimal financing possibilities. His specialty area is the tax optimal structuring of alternative forms of financing - in particular, with the establishment and handling of so-called operator models (investment funds established as GmbH & Co. KG).

In addition, Thomas Kästner is the contact person for all questions in connection with the introduction and performance of internal audits. He is also a lecturer with expert lectures and workshops revolving around topical issues of accounting.