Thierry Charon joins Loyens & Loeff’s new executive board
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Thierry Charon joins Loyens & Loeff’s new executive board

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Thierry Charon, co-head of Loyens & Loeff’s VAT, customs and international trade practice group in the Benelux has been appointed as a member of the firm’s executive board.

Alongside Bram Linnartz, attorney at law and managing partner at the firm, Charon’s appointment was announced during the recent general meeting of shareholders. They succeed Marieke Bakker and Gert-Wim van de Meent, who will resume their roles as partners in the international tax practice group and the competition and regulatory practice group, respectively.

Charon is a seasoned tax adviser who divides his time between Loyens & Loeff’s Belgian and Luxembourg offices. He is also a lecturer in VAT law at the HUB (Hogeschool – Universiteit Brussel), the chairman of the European VAT Club and a member of the VAT expert group of the European Commission.

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