Helena Navrátilová tax partner

Helena Navrátilová is a tax partner of KŠB. In her practice, Helena Navrátilová focuses primarily on transaction tax and accounting consulting, international taxation and tax planning, corporate income tax, personal income tax, tax proceedings, including judicial review and taxation of non-profit organizations.

Helena Navrátilová is a market-leading tax consultant who is highly active on sophisticated mandates for Czech and international companies. Her practice includes tax compliance on major restructurings as well as contentious tax issues. She covers transfer pricing issues and the tax aspects of stock incentive plans and other shareholding matters, as well as domestic and cross-border M&A.


Kocián Šolc Balaštík is active across the full range of tax planning services, particularly those with a cross-border angle and is frequently active in large transactional mandates. Practice head Helena Navrátilová is the key name focusing on complex tax advisory for multinational corporations and banking clients. 

LEGAL 500 2021


Recent work

Tax advice on international transactions, including company transformations and income taxation in cross-border corporate and personal situations.

Tax advice on applying corporate income tax.

Tax advice for trusts and endowment funds.

Tax advice on tax procedural issues, including representing clients before the tax authorities.


Tax consultant since 1993.


  • International rating agencies (Chambers and Partners, Legal500) recomment Helena for many years as one of the leading specialists in the field of taxation in the Czech Republic.
  • Olga Havlová Medal for the support of the Committee of Good Will - Olga Havlová Foundation


  • University of Economics in Prague, majoring in foreign trade (Ing. - 1978)
  • Postgraduate studies in international trade and finance at the University of Economics in Prague (1984)
  • Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague, JURIDIKUM, Fundamentals of Law for Tax Advisers (2001)


  • Chamber of Tax Consultants of the Czech Republic (working group of corporate income tax, international taxation)
  • International Fiscal Association
Helena Navrátilová


  • English
  • German (passive)


  • Head Office Prague



  • Corporate Tax 2023, Chambers & Partner Global Practice Guides (co-author)
  • Tax implications of Brexit, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2020
  • Jak správně zdanit příjmy z cenných papírů, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022 Patria Finance, a.s.
  • Czech Republic ve Foreign Tax & Trade Briefs, LexisNexis, 2011, 2018,
  • Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to prevent BEPS, Annual Conference, IBA, Washington, 2016
  • Recent Tax Developments in the Czech Republic, Annual International Bar Association Conference 2015, Wien
  • Mondaq’s Comparative Guide to Corporate Taxation, 2018, Mondaq Ltd., London, co-author
  • Corprate Tax, Chambers Global Practice Guides, Chambers and Partners, London, 2017
  • Recent Tax Developments in the Czech Republic pro Annual International Bar Association Conference 2015 Wien, 2016 Washington
  • National Report for the Czech Republic, International Fiscal Association Congress in 1997, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2007
  • The International Guide to the Taxation of Transfers of Technology, 2005, 2007 International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, Amsterdam, co-author


  • KŠB Institut
  • Italian-Czech Chamber of Commerce and Industry - CAMIC
  • Czech Institue of Directors
  • Union of In-House Lawyers of the Czech Republic
  • Kutztown University, College of Business, Pennsylvania, USA