Agnès de l’Estoile Campi is a partner within the International Taxation team. She mainly works for French multinational groups, assisting them with their international projects (taxation of international groups, transfer pricing and international employee mobility). She assists the firm’s clients in their projects in Brazil and in the Latin American region and more generally in emerging markets. For those countries, she is generally required to play the role of “project manager” by selecting the local lawyers, identifying the main cross-border and local challenges, coordinating the activities of the local lawyers, identifying possible solutions that are compatible with French fiscal constraints. She is the day-to-day advisor for several listed international groups in the defence and communications sectors and for ETI, which she advises on their international expansion.
She also works on asset taxation in certain areas such as taxation of trusts in France, and specifically works on Franco-Swiss and Franco-Brazilian matters.
Agnès joined CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats in 1995 after having worked for Ernst and Young for five years. From 2007 to 2010, she was based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Agnès was appointed French Foreign Trade Advisor (CCE) in 2013. She is the head of the CCE’s Brazil Taxation working group and has just been appointed Vice-President of the International Taxation Experts panel. She is also President of the Franco-Brazilian Association Arca do Saber which welcomes young people living in the oldest “favela” in Sao Paolo.