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Fieldfisher hires Jean-Luc Dascotte in Luxembourg

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Luxembourg-based tax specialist Jean-Luc Dascotte has left Tiberghien to join Fieldfisher as a tax partner.

Dascotte has plenty of experienced in tax, having spent parts of his 20-year career in France and Belgium as well as in Luxembourg. He is a member of both the Luxembourg and Brussels bars, and is part of the International Fiscal Association. He was managing partner at Tiberghien in Brussels, before which he was head of the tax practice at Luxembourg-based full-service firm Wildgen.

The majority of Dascotte’s clients are multinationals which he advises on cross-border tax planning. He is particularly well-versed in real estate invesments private equity and intellectual property structuring, especially in the financial sector.

His skills include coming up with innovative hybrid instruments, tax planning projects, conducting tax and legal due diligence and supervising tax audits. He is also a well-respected tax litigator.

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