Our Unique Model

EACC Paris brings together members in a neutral and convivial spirit to exchange best practice and implement collective impact strategies.

Member-driven, these committees and working groups adhere to EACC pillars: transatlantic dialogue, crossing perspectives, converging talent and excellence in execution. 

Tax Committee

Tax committee members benchmark French and international tax laws amongst themselves and via conferences with members of the French tax administration, policy makers and tax executives of member corporations.

Olivia Rauch-Ravisé

Chair
Managing Partner, Latham & Watkins

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Committee members include:

Anne-Sophie Kerfant

Office Leader of the Orrick Paris office, Member of the Tax Group
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Antoine Vergnat

Partner Tax – McDermott Will & Emery
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Denis Fontaine-Besset

Partner Tax – GFD Avocats
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Eglantine Lioret

Partner –Partner, Desfilis Avocats
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Emmanuel Delaby

Partner, Delaby Dorison
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Frédéric Teper

Partner – Arsene Tax
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Jérôme Barré

Barré & Associés

Jessie Gaston

Partner Tax – Dentons
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Philippe Pescayre

Partner, Alérion Avocats
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Pricilla Van den Perre

Partner, De Pardieu Brocas Maffei
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Xavier Rohmer

Private Equity and Tax Partner August & Debouzy
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Intellectual Property & Innovation Committee

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce.

IP is protected in law by, for example, patents, copyright and trademarks, which enable people to earn recognition or financial benefit from what they invent or create. By striking the right balance between the interests of innovators and the wider public interest, the IP system aims to foster an environment in which creativity and innovation can flourish.

The IP Committee and Innovation Committee organizes regularly conferences on regulations for member corporations.

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Human Resources Committee

The Human Resources Committee monitors human resource challenges for transatlantic and international companies in France and organizes seminars and workshops that provide members with regular, confidential exchange on related legal issues.

French/EU Tech Companies and US expansion Working group

This working group enables member participants to grow their business across the Atlantic. Members share experiences around expanding into the US with a particular focus on the tax and legal issues related to the formation and growth of a business in the US.

Participants are the French and European entrepreneur company leaders who have already expanded into the US, who are planning to move to the US and particularly to Silicon Valley or to any other tech hub.

With a tax & legal starting point and focus, the calendar will reflect the group members’ emerging needs and questions, to include the following: growth strategies, international trade, intellectual property, immigration, investor communications, fundraising, managing French investors, managing US investors, Transfer pricing.

Governance: 

  • EACC Paris host & animator
  • 2 Member expert/animators, integrating content and additional experts according to evolving working group needs
  • Meetings every 6-8 weeks at participant offices

 

Working group animators: 

 

For more information, contact Katherine Prewitt


HR Talks Working group

 

The European American Chamber of Commerce (EACC) brings together talents and knowledge to meet the challenges faced by economic players operating in an international context.

To do this, the EACC offers companies several working groups allowing them to exchange good practices between peers, to nourish their strategic thinking and to strengthen the links between members.

“EACC HR Talks” takes place by videoconference with the HRDs of companies with an international presence. This digital format makes it possible to cross borders and facilitate dialogue between structures of different sizes, all sectors combined.

Governance:

  • The discussion group is coordinated by the EACC which identifies the experts, sends out the invitations, prepares the agenda and ensures the coherence of the group.

  • Group of ten HRDs per session, on the basis of a recurring participation (6 to 8 weeks) in order to create a dynamic of exchanges.

Testimonial:

‘’Ce groupe me permet d’échanger avec mes pairs sur différentes problématiques RH auxquelles je suis confrontée au quotidien. Chacun peut ainsi bénéficier de l’expérience des autres et s’en inspirer. L’éclairage d’un expert lors des discussions enrichit également le débat.’’

Nathalie SERMET, HRBP France & Belgium, COESIA

For more information, contact Katherine Prewitt

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