Mr Julien MONSENEGO > Delsol Avocats > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

Delsol Avocats
4 BIS, RUE DU COLONEL MOLL
75 017 PARIS
France

Work Department

Tax law

Position

Julien MONSENEGO is co-head of the Tax Law department within the Paris office.

He advises French and foreign corporations on their domestic and international investments, strategy, and day-to-day operations. His main areas of expertise are international investment and transfer pricing and M&A and restructuring.

Representing either French multinationals or the French subsidiaries of multinational corporations, he has significant experience in establishing policies and documentation for transfer pricing and cross-border tax structures, as well as implementing French stock option plans and other employee share-based incentives.

As longstanding legal counsel to a number of privately-owned groups, Julien not only represents them on corporate tax issues (eg. restructurings, acquisitions, divestitures …) but also on their interactions with individuals and wealth taxation regarding shareholders, including family-run groups, and managers.
He has particular expertise in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industry, as well as a focus on generally R&D-intensive sectors such as technology and software, agro-business and media.

Memberships

He is a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and the French Tax Lawyers’ Institute (IACF).

Lawyer Rankings

Paris > Droit fiscal

Répartie entre les bureaux de Paris et Lyon, l’équipe d’une douzaine d’avocats de Delsol Avocats traite une grande variété de dossiers. Elle intervient en matière de fiscalité transactionnelle, auprès d’entreprises et de fonds de private equity. L’équipe a ainsi structuré plusieurs opérations d’investissement minoritaire pour le compte de Capitem Partenaires, ainsi que l’Olympique Lyonnais s’agissant de l’acquisition d’une participation dans l’équipe de basket ASVEL. Le cabinet possède également un fort savoir-faire dans le domaine de la fiscalité patrimoniale. Mathieu Le Tacon et Frédéric Subra codirigent la pratique aux côtés de Julien Monsenego, qui est doté d’une expertise fiscale particulière en lien avec les secteurs des brevets, de la propriété intellectuelle et de la R&D.