Sibel Owji focuses her practice on corporate international tax, operational, legal and business advisory, planning and structuring, global transfer pricing strategy, planning and documentation, international tax controversy, cross-border acquisitions, dispositions and joint ventures, cross-border post-acquisition integration planning and structuring, legal entity rationalization of global structures, tax treaty issues, repatriation planning, US taxation of foreign operations and related topics, including, worldwide tax minimization, IP planning and structuring, supply chain planning and structuring, planning regarding key US Tax Reform provisions (e.g., BEAT, GILTI, FDII), including related modeling, planning regarding US anti-deferral regimes including Sub-part F and tax free reorganizations of US based multinationals.

Sibel has led and managed significant number of large and complex global legal, operational and tax structuring projects. She participated in design and detailed implementation phases of such projects as well as review and audit of such global structures from both legal and tax perspectives for clients in diverse industries and jurisdictions.

Sibel has a diverse and broad legal and professional experience practicing for nearly three decades with a focus on international tax, business and legal advisory most of her career.

In addition to her role at DLA Piper, Sibel acted as the Interim International Tax Director for one of her clients that is a large, US based multinational publicly traded technology company for nearly a year. She managed their global tax operations including the US, Latin America, EMEA and APAC regions.