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Astrid Pieron



Mayer Brown


+32 (0)2 5515968

Languages: French/English/Dutch

Bar admissions: Brussels


Astrid Pieron focuses on tax transactions and Transfer Pricing. She heads Mayer Brown's European transfer pricing centre and coordinates transfer pricing strategies and controversies in Europe. She participates in the EU Platform for tax good governance. Astrid previously served as a non-governmental member to the EU joint transfer pricing forum.

Recent matter highlights

  • We represented a toy manufacturer (and retailer/distributor) in the restructuring of its supply chain. The representation involved multiple functions and jurisdiction of the chain (Asia, EU, logistic, sourcing, distribution, etc.).

  • We assisted several groups in the preparation of a BEPS-compliant European Master File, as well in the preparation of multiple country files across European jurisdiction.

Practice areas

Cross-border project management, M&A, Audit support, International tax advisory, Transfer pricing

Sector specialisations

Consumer goods and services, Energy, Financial services, Healthcare

Association memberships

Vice -chair of Amcham EU tax committee

Academic qualifications

Mlaw, Université Catholique de Louvain 1981; Master in Tax law, ICHEC, 1988


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