Crypto-currencies, which are highly speculative products, are attracting more and more investors. The explosion of profits on crypto-currencies has raised the question of their tax treatment, and we believe useful to clarify the current French tax treatment of profits on crypto-currencies as well as the reporting obligations if you hold...Read
Léa ZÉRILLI is a counsel, she practices with the « Wealth law & taxation » department.
She assists individuals and family groups in the context of restructuring transactions, asset transfers and optimizations in either a domestic or an international framework. She also works on the tax aspects pertaining to mergers & acquisitions transactions and on taxation disputes.
Léa ZÉRILLI was admitted to the Paris bar in 2010. She holds a master’s degree in Tax law and asset management from Paris II University and a business law diploma delivered by the EDHEC Business School. She joined DELSOL Avocats in 2015 and was promoted to counsel status in September 2020.
A recent decision of Paris Administrative Court of Appeal clarifies the temporary personal income tax exemption of the impatriation bonus available to some professional sportsmen who are transferred to France to carry out their professional activity. As a reminder, the impatriate regime, codified in article 155 B of the French Tax Code (« FTC...Read
- Léa ZERILLI, Raphaël ORY,
- Mergers & Acquisitions - Corporate law, Employment law - Social welfare law, Tax law
DELSOL Avocats is delighted to announce the promotion to Counsel status of : Léa ZÉRILLI in the Tax department, Raphaël ORY in the Corporate – Mergers & Acquisitions department and the arrival of Cécile BUZY, Counsel, within the Employment law –Social welfare law department. Léa ZÉRILLI assists individuals and family groups in the context of...Read