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Sonia Louzir

Deloitte Tunisia

Résidence Solaris, 4Éme Étage Appt 1&2, Rue Du Lac D'annecy, Les Berges Du Lac

Tunis, 1053

Tunisia

Tel: +216 71 862 430

Email: slouzir@deloitte.tn

Website: www.deloitte.tn

Sonia Louzir leads Deloitte Tunisia's tax and legal practice, and has been a partner since 1993. She has an extensive experience advising companies on a wide range of tax matters.

She conducts the mission of project coordinating tax reform in Tunisia and advising the Ministry of Finance on the overhaul of the indirect tax system.

Sonia conducts mock tax audit, statutory audit work, financial valuation, organisation, restructuring, consolidation, coordination of numerous tax advisory works as part of Tunisia's national programme to upgrade the industry, and to increase the benefits stemming from tourism. She has a strong knowledge of the Tunisian economic environment, the Tunisian legislation in terms of commercial law, accounting, tax and social law, and the issues related to the implementation of offshore companies in Tunisia.

Her main clients are UBCI Bank, ABC Bank, Jonhson Control, DELL, FLSmidth, Baker Hughes, BJ Services, AVA, Glencore, Metinvest, Reuters, PERENCO, ENI, and Shell.

She has also several clients like Union Factoring, Factoring Tunisia, Tunisie Leasing, ATD Sicar, Sanadett SICAV, FCP Iradett, Housing Bank, STB.

Sonia worked for Arthur Andersen between 1987 and 1989. She holds a master's degree in chartered accountancy from the Institute of Advanced Studies of Carthage and a certificate of higher studies (chartered accountancy) from the same institute. She is a member of the Tunisian Institute of Chartered Accountants.

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