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Moores Rowland appoints Frederic Mege as director

11 January 2018

Anjana Haines

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Frederic Mege has joined Moores Rowland, an independent firm based in Monaco.

Mege, a dual-qualified French and English private client lawyer, became a director at the firm as of January 1 2018.

He has several years of experience in advising international private clients on personal tax and other legal issues. Mege began his career with Arthur Andersen in Paris. He then moved to London and worked at BDO Stoy Hayward and Grant Thornton in their private client tax departments.

In his new role, Mege will work in Moores Rowland’s specialist area of cross-border tax planning, which has for many years advised clients on French inbound tax planning.






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