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Michel Guichard

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Taj, Société d'Avocats

181 avenue Charles de Gaulle

92524 Neuilly-Sur-Seine Cedex

France

Tel: +33 1 55 61 66 72

Fax: +33 1 55 61 47 97

Email: mguichard@taj.fr

Website: www.taj.fr

Michel Guichard is a lawyer and tax partner with Taj, an international law firm, and part of the global Deloitte member firm network. He also serves as leader of the Taj indirect tax, customs and tax controversy teams.

Michel has nearly 30 years of experience in international and French VAT law. After working for 17 years in the tax legislation department of the Ministry of Economy, Finance, and Budget, where he was in charge of VAT, customs, and international tax treaties. Michel joined Arthur Andersen in 1999.

Following that role he joined Taj, where he focuses his practice on counselling French and foreign companies, advising some of the firm's largest clients.

Michel is a member of the International Fiscal Association and APTE, a non-profit organisation of EU VAT experts. He has written articles for many tax newspapers.

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