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Mr Victor Camatta
Victor Camatta, Associate, is a member of the Tax team. He advises clients on the tax aspects of national and cross-border transactions (M&A, private equity, real estate transactions and reorganisations), as well as in the context of tax audits and tax litigations.
Admitted to the Paris bar in 2014
Victor is a graduate of HEC Paris (Specialised Master’s degree in Law and International Management, 2012) and the University of Montpellier (Master 2 in Business and Tax Law – DJCE, 2011; Magistère in Business and Tax Law, 2008 – 2011).
Bredin Prat’s stellar tax team has first-class expertise in transactional tax. The tax practice frequently works hand in hand with the equally high-profile corporate team and advises on the structuring of the market’s largest public and private transactions. Its client base includes numerous CAC 40 and leading international corporations, as well as leading banks and investment funds. Family offices and private clients also use the firm. The team regularly acts on the market’s most complex and strategic transactions, often of global scale such as assisting PSA (now Stellantis) with its merger with Fiat Chrysler. High-stakes litigation, including disputes challenging tax legislation before courts, is another area of strength. Several tax reassessment cases regarding managers’ incentives or raising key issues such as abuse of law also feature in the caseload. The top-level criminal tax expertise completes the offering. Practice head Yves Rutschmann, Sébastien de Monès, Pierre-Henri Durand and Julien Gayral are all top names on the market. The younger guard led by Anne Robert and Jean-Florent Mandelbaum is also impressive. Counsels Marion Méresse and Franck Morhain and Victor Camatta, who made counsel in January 2022, are also recommended.
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