At the general meeting of the Association Française des Femmes Fiscalistes (A3F) held on 15 November 2018, Anne Grousset, a partner lawyer at CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats, was appointed a member of the Board of Directors, along with Mesdames Catherine Damelincourt (Chair), Marie-Charlotte Mahieu (Vice-Chair), Laura Montrucchio (Secretary), Victoria Alvarez, Luce Berille, Nathalie Cormery, Odile Courjon, Benedicte Dhoutaut, Charlotte Piedfer and Mirouna Verban.
Founded in 2005, the A3F is a think tank focused on taxation and related issues. Today, the association has 155 members who are experts with recognised professional experience in various areas of taxation. One-third of the members are tax lawyers, and specialists in other areas of taxation account for the remaining two-thirds.
The A3F fosters discussions and organises meetings between women tax experts who work in the public and private sectors and with the administrative authorities. This association promotes the tax specialist profession as practised by women within French, European and international organisations and entities, public administration (in France, the tax authority), associations and the private sector, and also advocates for and promotes women's rights.
Anne Grousset is a partner at CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats, which she joined in 1983, and is a renowned specialist in VAT and indirect taxes. She regularly advises businesses in the industry, banking and insurance sectors, as well as non-profit organisations and public institutions.
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