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As business becomes more global, taxation is becoming an increasingly complex issue in all countries. Taxation is now a core consideration in the decision-making process, and companies must have a real national and international taxation strategy covering both direct and indirect taxes. These same trends are affecting people as well as companies.

Our Practice Areas

  • General taxation of private and state-owned enterprises including handling tax disputes
  • Patrimonial taxation
  • Taxation of national and international mergers & acquisitions and restructuring
  • Taxation in the financial sector 
  • Property taxation 
  • Transfer pricing
  • VAT
  • Local taxes
  • Non-salary benefits (stock options, incentive schemes, etc.) 

Our Approach

  • Co-operation between lawyers specialising in each area of taxation and in other areas of law.
  • Collective expertise acquired from more than 80 years of experience and practice in the most complex of taxation issues. 
  • Risk management: with our skills and expertise, we provide clients with effective and reliable advice on their strategic and tactical choices. 
  • Supportive relationship with our clients in their dealings with the tax authorities and in pre-litigation and litigation procedures. 
  • Ability to handle a client’s overall tax strategy, both national and international, through our international network of offices and partner firms in CMS.

Our Clients 

We advise medium-sized companies and major groups in all business sectors, as well as public organisations, local authorities and individuals. 

Our Team

These highly experienced teams, which are used to dealing with the tax authorities, take a long-term approach to client relationships with the aim of providing committed and effective advice.

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29/02/2016
Trans­fer Pri­cing | A stra­tegic ap­proach for glob­al...
01/12/2016
BEPS Up­date: Mul­ti­lat­er­al In­stru­ment Pub­lished
The OECD has now pub­lished the mul­ti­lat­er­al in­stru­ment (“MLI”) that will im­ple­ment cer­tain of the treaty-re­lated pro­pos­als from its pro­ject on tack­ling base erosion and profit shift­ing (“BEPS”).
23/11/2016
Au­tumn State­ment: Re­forms to the tax­a­tion of non-dom­i­ciled in­di­vidu­als
The UK’s Chan­cel­lor of Ex­chequer de­livered his an­nu­al Au­tumn State­ment today. As pre­vi­ously an­nounced at the 2015 Sum­mer Budget and fol­low­ing the HM Treas­ury con­sulta­tion pub­lished on 19 Au­gust 2016, the gov­ern­ment has con­firmed that from April 2017: .
18/10/2016
Im­pend­ing UK In­her­it­ance Tax Changes
In the 2015 Sum­mer Budget, pro­pos­als were an­nounced to change the UK tax re­gime for non-dom­i­ciles. These pro­pos­als were the sub­ject of a con­sulta­tion pa­per Re­forms to the Tax­a­tion of Non-dom­i­ciles: fur­ther con­sulta­tion which was pub­lished on 19 Au­gust 2016.
31/08/2016
EU Anti Tax Avoid­ance Dir­ect­ive: Im­pact on In­vest­ment Funds
EU Mem­ber States re­cently reached an agree­ment on the EU Anti Tax Avoid­ance Dir­ect­ive 2016/0011 (the “Dir­ect­ive”). The Dir­ect­ive is aimed at tax plan­ning prac­tices cur­rently widely used by mul­tina­tion­al com­pan­ies and builds on the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit.