Our experienced team of indirect tax specialists at MGI Worldwide, global accounting association, provides the expertise your client’s need to deal with international VAT issues. The group is led by an operational group of VAT experts supported by members across the globe.
Rickard Luckin, Chelmsford, UK
T: +44 1245 254219
After 10 years working for HMRC Ian “crossed the floor” to private practice. He has worked for firms ranging from the “big four” to a VAT only consultancy. Throughout his career in VAT Ian has focused on how VAT impacts the property sector, and VAT recovery for businesses, charities and non-government public bodies. He also deals with HMRC regarding claims and assisting clients with VAT visits. In addition, he oversees the compliance side of the business which submits VAT returns for over 100 clients. Ian’s mantra is that “the only daft question in VAT is the one you didn’t ask”. He constantly looks to minimise client’s risks and maximising opportunities.
MGI Studio Pragma, Fano (PU), Italy
T: +39 0721 829549
Francesco Bartolucci has been an active advisor of SMEs in Italy for more than 25 years and one of his topics is VAT. Most of his client have been engaged in international businesses and the VAT issue is always the first door to open properly before starting the business. He has a wide experience in intra-community operations, e-commerce transaction, permanent establishment implication, call-off and consignment stock contracts. He provides assistance to foreign companies operating in Italy. He has been lecturer on VAT and other international tax topics for the Regional Association of Entrepreneurs.
Vatsquare CVBA, Brussels, Belgium
T: +32 2 899 02 12
Koen Dewilde has been an active VAT advisor and entrepreneur for almost 25 years. Throughout his career, Koen has always focused on the development of a state-of-the-art VAT practice and has great experience with large inbound investment projects in Central Europe and is culturally aware of the region. Koen speaks on VAT issues at a wide variety of events and was a lecturer of VAT at Thomas More University.