Antoine Guillaud, Ben Troch, Pierre Arrouy

Antoine Guillaud, President of International Management Solutions Inc (IMS) and Founding Partner of International Attest Solutions LLC (IAS) and Exelmans Transaction Services LLC (EXTS), is an Expert Comptable with more than 20 years of experience assisting foreign companies establish themselves in the US market. Before founding International Management Solutions in 1998, Antoine was a partner at McGladrey & Pullen in Chicago in the International Services department. Prior to his post in the USA, Antoine worked in England for three years with Robson Rhodes, now member of Grant Thornton, and five years in Paris with Salustro Reydel, now a member of KPMG. In addition to his established career in the industry, Antoine Guillaud has served on the Board of Directors of the French American Chamber of commerce of Chicago and is a Conseiller du Commerce Exterieur de la France (Advisor to the National Committee of French Foreign Trade). Ben Troch has over 3 years of experience working with international as well as European clients, especially in the field of income taxation and international mobility. Prior to his move to the U.S., Ben worked as a Senior Tax Consultant within the PwC People & Organization department in Brussels. In his role as Tax Senior at International Management Solutions Inc., Ben provides various Tax & Consultancy Services. He is based in the IMS Chicago office but is also frequently present in the New York office. Pierre Arrouy graduated from the Catholic University in Vendée (ICES), France, with a Master of Laws (LL.M) in Business Law, in September of 2010. He practiced Corporate and Social Law in a firm located in France for three years before coming to the United States. When Pierre moved to Chicago, he met Antoine Guillaud, Founder and President of International Management Solutions, who introduced him to the US and International Taxation World. After three years of working with Antoine at International Management Solutions, Pierre decided to join an American Law School Program to develop his legal skills. He was accepted at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in Tucson, Arizona, where he will graduate next May.

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