Julien MONSENEGO

Partner

Julien MONSENEGO

Practice areas

Corporate taxation

Julien MONSENEGO is partner and co-head of the « Corporate taxation » department. He advises French and foreign companies on their domestic and international investments, strategic decisions, and day-to-day operations for more than twenty years.

He has significant experience in establishing policies and documentation for transfer pricing and cross-border tax structures, R&D and intangible assets (patent and software revenues, CIR) taxation as well as sub-plan of stock-options and other employee shareholding tools.

As longstanding legal counsel to a number of privately-owned groups, Julien MONSENEGO 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 industry, as well as a focus on generally R&D-intensive sectors such as software, agro-business and media.

Julien holds a DESS in Corporate Law and Finance (Lyon III) and he’s a graduate of EM Lyon.

Julien MONSENEGO regularly publishes articles in the international tax review « BNA ». He is also in charge of the French transfer pricing chapters of the « Transfer Pricing Forum », of the IBFD (International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation), and of the chapter on the taxation of industrial property at the Legislative Editions.

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

News

PRESS RELEASE - DELSOL Avocats advised the sellers of Njuko in the context of its acquisition by ASICS

DELSOL Avocats advised the sellers of Njuko, a sports race registration platform, in the context of its acquisition by the Japanese equipment manufacturer ASICS. Founded in 2012, Njuko is the European leader in online registration management for endurance events. Its application facilitates the entry, registration and management of runners’...

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A number of French start-ups make the choice to transfer their head office to the United States or to locate themselves there through a transaction commonly referred to as a « flip », i.e. the creation of a holding company under US law, followed by a contribution of all of the shares of the French company to the holding, so that the French...

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PRESS RELEASE - DELSOL Avocats advised REALITES on its capital increase

DELSOL Avocats assisted REALITES, a territorial development group listed on Euronext Growth founded in 2003 by Yoann CHOIN-JOUBERT, its CEO, operating in France and Africa (Morocco and Senegal) and employing more than 900 people, in its reserved capital increase for a total amount of €35 million at a price of €45 per share. This fundraise,...

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