Monaco based accountancy firm Moores Rowland has added to its team with the appointment of a dual-qualified French and English private client lawyer as a new director.
Joining the firm is Frederic Mege, a member of the Paris Bar Association, the Institut des Avocats Conseils Fiscaux (IACF), and the Law Society (England & Wales), who has spent his career advising international private clients on personal tax and other legal issues.
Eamonn McGregor, managing director at Moores Rowland, said: “Moores Rowland specialises in cross-border tax planning, and has for many years advised clients on French inbound tax planning. Due to specialisation in this area, Frederic represents an important addition to the team.”
Mr Mege began his career with Arthur Andersen in Paris. He then moved to London and worked at BDO Stoy Hayward and Grant Thornton in their private client tax departments before joining Gowling WLG in 2008 and being made partner in 2013.
Established in Monaco since 1976, Moore Rowlands is staffed by a combination of lawyers, tax advisors and accountants who provide legal and tax advice as well as company and trust administration services to wealthy private clients.
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