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Céline Pasquier


CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats
2 rue Ancelle
92522 Neuilly-sur-Seine
Languages English, French

Céline Pasquier is a lawyer in the international tax team. She assists multinational groups on the fiscal aspects of their international operations (reorganizations, acquisitions, sales, mergers), both in an advising role and for dispute purposes, and in transfer pricing matters (documentations, advance pricing agreements, tax audits, mutual agreement procedures, arbitration).

Céline is also involved in impatriated/expatriated management and executive regime matters, and exchange of information (FATCA, CRS).

Céline joined the company in 2013.

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Relevant experience

  • Report writer for the Tax Commission of the Club des Juristes (French think tank), « Transfer Pricing, Critical Analysis of Current Practices » (2011) 
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  • Graduated from Master 2 221 Corporate Taxation - University Paris Dauphine (2010)
  • Graduated from Paris II Assas (2009)
  • Graduated from the University of Oxford (2008) 
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  • Member of  the International Fiscal Association (2016)
  • Bar Admission (Hauts-de-Seine, France) (2014)
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  • Strengthening the EU Arbitration Procedure, co-author – IBFD, Tax Notes International (April 2017)
  • USA : Chronicles for 2016 and 2015, co-author – Lexisnexis, Revue de Droit Fiscal (March 2017–March 2016)
  • Brazil's recent regulations to eliminate double taxation, co-autor – Revue des conseillers du commerce extérieur and Option Finance (January/February 2017)
  • Heading for a (profit) split, co-author – Tax Adviser (March 2015)
  • The deductibility of interest paid to foreign persons in France, co-author – Bloomberg BNA, Tax Management International Forum (August 2014)
  • Corporate tax avoidance in France : Constitutional Court Rules Against Several Proposals, co-author – Wolter Kluwer CCH, Global Tax Weekly (January 2014)
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