has over 20 years’ experience in tax law. He advises on corporate taxation, and more specifically regarding corporate reorganisations, international tax planning and taxation of remunerations. He has solid experience in tax litigation. Jean-Michel has intervened in many important and complex tax disputes, including on transfer pricing and sectorial taxes. He lectures on corporate tax at the Solvay Business School and on the tax aspects of corporate reorganisations at the University of Liège. Jean-Michel is the former Secretary-General of the Belgian branch of the International Fiscal Association.
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