Eric Lesprit is a registered attorney, partner of Taj in France, an international law firm and part of the global Deloitte member firm network. His experience covers a wide range of industries as he was the French Competent Authority in charge of Advance Pricing Agreements and Mutual Agreement Procedures.
Eric has more than 15 years of experience in transfer pricing and international tax. Beginning in 1998, he was with the French Tax Administration, working on company and individual international tax issues. He took part in the creation of the Advance Pricing Agreement program in France in 1999, concluded the first French APA, and then became the head of the program. He was also involved in the French legislative drafting process as a specialist on fighting tax fraud, tax control policy, the management of tax information exchanges, and the French audit directions network. He is currently assisting his clients in tax audits, tax raids, mutual agreement procedure and advance pricing agreements as well as design of transfer pricing method / group reorganization and contacts with tax administrations. He is a speaker and an author in various conferences and publications.
At the international level, for several years he set forth the French position at the European Community and the OECD, especially with respect to the fight against tax havens and the negotiation of tax information exchange agreements with non-cooperative territories.
From 2003 to 2006, Eric was in Washington, D.C., as a technical advisor to the IMF, focusing on public revenues (taxes and customs duties). In 2015, he joined the Transfer Pricing department of Taj as a Partner. He advises on international taxation in general and transfer pricing in particular.
Ecole Nationale des Impôts - 1992
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Income Tax Treaties: Competent Authority Functions and Procedures of Selected Countries (D-G) (Portfolio 6887)
This Portfolio discusses the competent authority functions and procedures of Denmark, France, and Germany.