Romain Desmonts focuses his practice on tax advice to French and multinational companies, with an emphasis on the tax aspects of domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, and group restructurings, as well as indirect tax matters.
Romain also regularly provides tax advice to high net-worth individuals on domestic and international tax matters, especially in a US-France context.
He has developed a strong background in tax controversy and litigation for corporate and private clients.
University of Paris-Dauphine, Postgraduate Degree, Corporate Tax Law, magna cum laude, 2010
University of Paris-Dauphine, Magistère (Postgraduate Degree), Management, 2009
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