Norton Rose Fulbright welcomes Bart le Blanc with his strong Brazil and India tax experience
Norton Rose Fulbright has announced the appointment of Bart le Blanc as a tax partner in its Amsterdam office. He joins the practice from Loyens & Loeff.
Bart has over 17 years’ experience advising on international tax issues arising from cross-border M&A, corporate restructuring and financings. In his most recent role, Bart’s focus was on Brazil and India with his practice predominantly looking at investments by US and European clients, largely in the energy sector.
Dominic Stuttaford, Head of Tax for Europe, Middle East, Asia and Brazil comments:
“We are delighted that Bart is joining our tax team in Amsterdam. Bart’s depth of experience in the energy sector, in addition to his work in Latin America has great synergy with our existing offices and with our industry strength areas of transport and energy.
“Bart will be working closely with colleagues in Europe and further afield to further develop our global tax offering to clients.”
Bart started his career with PwC before joining NautaDutilh in 2002. He moved to Loyens & Loeff in 2006.