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About EMEA Dbriefs 

Deloitte EMEA Dbriefs are part of a global programme of informative, interactive, and convenient webcasts that cover the spectrum of tax and legal issues businesses face today.

The Dbriefs team have been producing high quality online seminars since 2010 and are dedicated to bringing you to the most valuable topical developments affecting businesses in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Be it industry trends, shifting strategies, or regulatory changes – Dbriefs has it covered with more than thirteen different series across both programmes, offering live and on-demand tax and legal webinars that you can connect to at the most convenient time for you. Together we can help you make an impact that matters.

Why not get in touch with the team if you’d like to know more? We’d love to hear from you!

Louise Smith - Dbriefs senior manager 

I come from an arts background, having worked at the Victoria and Albert Museum for 12 years in administration. I joined Deloitte in 2001 and became part of the EMEA Dbriefs team at it’s inception in 2010.

I am proud to now manage this flagship programme of webcasts to ensure we cover the widest spectrum of tax and legal issues that businesses face today and into the future.

Vicky Raveneau - Dbriefs assistant manager 

I joined Deloitte in 2014 as receptionist and in 2016 found the opportunity to work with the EMEA Dbriefs team as admin assistant, working closely with producers to create webcasts over several series of tax and legal topics.

I am now an assistant manager in the team, overseeing the ever growing Dbriefs programme, as well as producing and directing live webcasts myself, providing a quality end to end experience.

Gill Drought - Dbriefs assistant manager 

I joined Deloitte in 2006 and moved into the EMEA Dbriefs team as a programme assistant manager in 2023 bring a wealth of knowledge from the wider firm.  

I'm proud to work with subject matter experts in Tax and Legal to deliver this valued programme for our clients. 

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