Karim Daher is a graduate from University Paris II Panthéon-Assas (French Law degree with honors and Master in Business Law & Taxation with honors) as well as from Saint Joseph University of Beirut (Lebanese Law degree and DEA in Private Law). He also holds an executive diploma in finance from ESA school of Business in Beirut (ESCP/EAP).

He is registered at the Beirut Bar as a practicing lawyer and founding partner HBD-T Law Firm. He is specialized in corporate and tax laws as well as estate planning and M&A.

He lectures on fiscal law and public finance at Saint Joseph University of Beirut. He has published comprehensive books on taxes as well as many specialized studies in connection with fiscal issues that were published in business and professional magazines and daily newspapers; in addition to his participation as a speaker to several conferences.

He has been heavily involved, as legal advisor and/or tax expert, in several commissions for the modernization of the Lebanese fiscal and commercial legislation and proposed several bills in connection therewith.

He is the General Coordinator and one of the main founders of the “Lebanese Association for Taxpayers’ Rights and Interests “(ALDIC).