Jeremy Slimani holds a master’s degree in Law from the University of Brussels (ULB) from which he graduated in 2014. Following which he gained a post-graduate master’s degree in Tax Law in 2015 that he obtained from the same University.
Jeremy joined Guilmot & Bassine in 2015 where he assists Emmanuel Delannoy in the Tax Section.
His practice covers all areas of tax law both in matters of direct taxation (corporate income tax, non-resident income tax, personal income, legal entities income tax, local taxes) and indirect taxation (value added tax, stamp duty and inheritance taxes, etc.).
His work includes representation of both businesses and private clients in out-of-Court and in-Court disputes as well as advising in tax regulatory matters.