International Tax Review is part of the Delinian Group, Delinian Limited, 8 Bouverie Street, London, EC4Y 8AX, Registered in England & Wales, Company number 00954730
Copyright © Delinian Limited and its affiliated companies 2023

Accessibility | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Modern Slavery Statement

Villemot, Barthès & Associés joins WTS Global

firms_thumbnail

French boutique law firm, Villemot, Barthès & Associés (VB&A), has joined WTS Global as a member firm, expanding the international tax network’s presence in France. At the same time Jean-Laurent Anglade is joining as a partner in the corporate tax advisory practice at WTS France.

VB&A is widely acknowledged for international tax, tax restructurings, tax rulings and lobbying, transfer pricing, following up tax audits, negotiations with the tax authorities and tax litigation for high profile clients. It was founded in 1999 by Dominique Villemot after he left PwC, where he was heading the consumer and industrial products division. Villemot has considerable experience, a creative agility and strong relationships, not only in the Direction Générale des Impôts (DGFIP) – the French internal revenue service – but also in the tax departments and C-suites of French multinational companies. The firm is widely acknowledged for international tax, tax restructurings, tax rulings and lobbying, transfer pricing, following up tax audits, negotiations with the tax authorities and tax litigation for high profile clients. Alongside Villemot, the VB&A tax team includes three further tax partners.

In addition, Anglade has joined the tax team at WTS France as of March 1 2018.

He has almost 20 years of professional experience in tax consulting for multinational companies. Anglade, who started his career with Arthur Andersen and EY, comes from Mazars in Paris where he worked as partner in corporate, M&A and international tax consulting. At WTS France, he will lead the tax team and continue to forge ahead with its expansion.

more across site & bottom lb ros

More from across our site

The German government unveils plans to implement pillar two, while EY is reportedly still divided over ‘Project Everest’.
With the M&A market booming, ITR has partnered with correspondents from firms around the globe to provide a guide to the deal structures being employed and tax authorities' responses.
Xing Hu, partner at Hui Ye Law Firm in Shanghai, looks at the implications of the US Uyghur Forced Labor Protection Act for TP comparability analysis of China.
Karl Berlin talks to Josh White about meeting the Fair Tax standard, the changing burden of country-by-country reporting, and how windfall taxes may hit renewable energy.
Sandy Markwick, head of the Tax Director Network (TDN) at Winmark, looks at the challenges of global mobility for tax management.
Taxpayers should look beyond the headline criteria of the simplification regime to ensure that their arrangements meet the arm’s-length standard, say Alejandro Ces and Mark Seddon of the EY New Zealand transfer pricing team.
In a recent webinar hosted by law firms Greenberg Traurig and Clayton Utz, officials at the IRS and ATO outlined their visions for 2023.
The Asia-Pacific awards research cycle has now begun – don’t miss on this opportunity be recognised in 2023
An intense period of lobbying and persuasion is under way as the UN secretary-general’s report on the future of international tax cooperation begins to take shape. Ralph Cunningham reports.
Fresh details of the European Commission’s state aid case against Amazon emerge, while a pension fund is suing Amgen over its tax dispute with the Internal Revenue Service.