Michel Lambion

Michel Lambion

Michel Lambion is a Director, Indirect Tax Services at Deloitte in Luxembourg where he is focusing on technical developments and knowledge management in the field of indirect taxes.  He has spent the last 20 years in the field of tax advice, tax structuring and compliance with a special focus on VAT, registration duties, and VAT aspects of BEPS. He has worked for numerous sectors of the economy such as commercial companies, e-business, real estate funds, investment vehicles, alternative investment funds, management/advisory companies of funds, professional of the financial services, securitization vehicles, financing structures, corporate restructurings, private equity houses, banks, insurances, cross-border transactions, holdings, etc. He also dealt with real estate taxes and the Belgian tax on foreign investment funds.

Mr. Lambion has special interest in tax policy and is involved in different professional associations including being the chairman of the VAT working group of ALFI and EFAMA (Luxembourg and European fund associations), member of the VAT working group of the Luxembourg banking association (ABBL), of the Luxembourg Private Equity association (LPEA) and of BusinessEurope. He is member of the Luxembourg branch of the International Fiscal association and is a tax adviser recognized by the Belgian Tax Institute (IEC-IAB). His views and insights are published on a regular basis in Luxembourgish and international newspapers and magazines. He also regularly intervenes in conferences.

Prior to joining Deloitte in September 2015, Mr. Lambion worked with Ernst & Young Luxembourg between 2012 and 2015, with Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg between 2009 and 2012. From 1994 through 2009, Mr. Lambion was with PricewaterhouseCoopers in both the Brussels and Luxembourg offices. Between 1992 and 1994, Mr. Lambion worked with another tax advisory firm in Belgium for general taxes including corporate and personal income tax.

LL.M., Business Administration, Université de Nancy 2 (2000)
Diploma in Luxembourg Tax, Chambre de commerce of Luxembourg (1997)
Diploma in International Tax and Tax Management, Solvay Business School of Brussels (1993)
Master in Law and Tax Law, Université Libre de Bruxelles (1991 and 1992)