Julian Mihov of PwC on the development of sports law & business in Eastern Europe - Episode 70
Published 31 August 2018 | Authored by: Sean Cottrell
In this interview Sean Cottrell interviews Julian Mihov, Business Development Director Southeast Europe at PWC. Julian has more than 20 years of experience both in the Big 4 companies environment and in the professional sport business. Throughout his career he has served as tax, legal and business advisor to a number of sport federations, football clubs and professional athletes, as well as has acted as tax advisor to large corporations regarding their involvement in sport as sponsors.
In this interview Julian describes the development of the sports industry in Eastern Europe over the last 20 years and explains what this means for the sports sector and sports lawyers in this region.
We thoroughly enjoyed the interview and took a lot away from it. We hope you do the same.
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