Amos Veith is co-head of POELLATH's private funds practice and member of the management board at POELLATH in Berlin.
He has practised tax and corporate law since 2000 and assisted clients in structuring and reviewing several hundred venture capital and private equity funds and similar alternative investments. He provides fiscal and legal advice to domestic and foreign institutional and private investors and initiators in the foregoing fields of closed-end funds.
His clients include many well-known international banks, insurance companies, German and international fund managers and investors, and family offices as well as major private equity corporations.
Amos is consistently ranked among the leading lawyers for his private funds practice.
His publications include articles on the taxation of investments and regulatory and tax aspects of fund structures. He is, inter alia, the editor of the Frankfurt commentary on private equity (Frankfurter Kommentar zu Private Equity), which describes the major relevant tax, regulatory, and legal aspects for private equity funds in Germany.
Amos is one of the founders of the Hamburg Funds Forum (Hamburger Fondsgespräche), held on an annual basis since 2007 and well established in the market.
Amos studied law and philosophy in Bonn, Cologne, and environmental law at the University of Aberdeen, UK (LLM, 1998). He was admitted to the bar in 2001 and joined P+P that same year.