Corporate Tax

Our corporate tax team advises clients through all the steps of corporate life. We are firm believers that corporate tax advice should be sought at the time of an entity’s formation, and we adapt our solutions as our clients’ businesses evolve and grow, both domestically and internationally. We strive to understand every client’s business, and we tailor our tax planning to each client’s unique circumstances.

Mergers & Acquisition

Our team of tax attorneys routinely advises on the following types of M&A transactions:

  • Acquisitions and Sales
  • Corporate Reorganizations (mergers, spin-offs, asset transfers)
  • Share Capital Transactions
  • Joint Ventures
  • Disinvestments

Recent experience includes:

  • Tax structuring of a corporate acquisition by a Belgian group of a French entity active in the security sector
  • Tax structuring of a U.S. – N.L. biotech to host their French operations

 

Private Equity

The firm’s tax team represents its private equity clients in all aspects of their inbound and outbound investments (including acquisitions, financing, and exit transactions).

Recent experience includes:

  • Tax structuring of an investment by a UK fund into a French software editor
  • Tax advice for a French fund in the context of a secondary LBO

 

Transfer Pricing

Our tax lawyers assist our MNE clients in defining their transfer pricing policies, documenting their transfer pricing policies, and defending their transfer pricing policies vis-à-vis the tax authorities and before the courts.

Recent experience includes:

  • Definition and documentation of Japanese groups’ transfer pricing policies
  • Documentation of a French-headed investment group’s transfer pricing policies
  • Transfer pricing related tax controversy

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In this article, C&G Partner Franck Le Mentec discusses the 2016 fiscal year for the United Kingdom, with particular focus on the strengthening of measures to increase investment attractiveness, the introduction of new anti avoidance measures, the conclusion of new tax treaties, the jurisprudential reconsideration of management packages, and the impacts of Brexit on taxation in both the United Kingdom and partner countries.

*Article is in French