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Christian Deglas

Deloitte Luxembourg

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Luxembourg, L-2220

Luxembourg

Tel: +352 45145 2611

Email: cdeglas@deloitte.lu

Website: www.deloitte.lu

Christian Deglas, Deloitte Luxembourg, leads the local Indirect Tax team at Deloitte Luxembourg. With more than 25 years of experience in international VAT, Christian has focused on indirect tax issues (VAT, customs duties, registrations and stamp duties) in various industries including retail, telecommunications, entertainment services, transportation, private equity and real estate.

Christian provides advice to clients in many areas of indirect taxes, including tax audits and negotiation with VAT authorities in different countries relative to both tax controversy and tax compliance. Before joining Deloitte Luxembourg, Christian worked with several major consulting firms.

He is a member of the Belgian Institute of Taxation Specialists (IAB/IEC) and the Luxembourg Institute of Chartered Accountants (l'Ordre des Experts-Comptables, OEC).

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