One of the key concerns of every private individual is the acquisition and management of their personal assets. These assets may be held in the form of a non-trading partnership (SCI or SCP) or a company (joint stock company, limited liability company), and can include real estate property in France or in Monaco, and will inevitably have multiple overlapping tax implications.
With registration duties currently evolving and the obligation to now designate an officially authorised tax representative and declare a beneficial owner, Monaco's tax laws have their own specific requirements and are mostly based on a set of rules that have not been codified.
Our firm has a long track record of handling major tax structuring projects and is very familiar with these specificities. We mobilise this experience to support our clients and their projects. We listen to our clients wishes and transcribe them into the necessary legal documents, which we draft and negotiate on their behalf. This can range from ordinary to exceptional transactions such as buying property (either directly or through the appropriate legal structure), selling shares, transferring a company’s headquarters etc. We follow up on all these aspects of all our clients’ projects.