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International Conferences
Spring 2017 - Paris
Spring 2017 marked a return to Paris, the city where we held our  rst international conference nearly 20 years ago. In a time when countries are being divided by their cultural differences, the diverse and historic city of Paris served as a perfect backdrop for us to celebrate the diversity found within the TAG Alliances community and honor the loyalty of our longstanding members. With keynote sessions by Fons Trompenaars and Itzik Amiel, attendees gained greater insight into reconciling the dilemma of cultural differences within the global marketplace and were given new tools to increase their “relations capital” and develop their “attentional networking.” Specialty Groups allowed participants to intimately dissect and discuss important issues such as succession planning, Brexit and international arbitration. The conference proceedings were concluded with a “Member Loyalty Award” Ceremony, to recognize more than 50 longstanding members who have contributed to our collective success. On the  nal evening, attendees enjoyed a beautiful Seine River Cruise to cap off a truly outstanding and memorable conference.
Founding TAGLaw Members receiving their “Member Loyalty Awards”
Founding TIAG Members receiving their “Member Loyalty Awards”
Ross Lane of Mercer & Hole (London, England - TIAG) presenting “Audit & Assurance: Life on the Other Side”
“International Legal and Accounting Engagements: A View from the Driver’s Seat”
Delegates from Williams Mullen (North Carolina & Virginia - TAGLaw), Mallette (Quebec - TIAG) & Cohen & Company (Michigan & Ohio) on the Seine Networking Dinner Cruise.
Members Sean Farnell (Isle of Man - TIAG) & Frédéric Rochat (Switzerland - TAGLaw) with TAG Alliances President & CEO, Richard Attisha.
Discussing alliance updates and strategy at the TIAG Advisory Board Meeting
“Doing Business in Africa” Networking Lunch Table

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