DELSOL Avocats assisted Quilvest Capital Partners with the acquisition of a majority stake in Solem, a state-of-the art designer and assembler of connected devices focused on telecare, irrigation and pool. Solem’s CEO reinvested in this LBO transaction. Bpifrance took a minority stake alongside Quilvest. DELSOL Avocats took part in the...Read
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).
- Henri-Louis DELSOL, Stéphane PERRIN, Elsa LEDERLIN, Julien MONSENEGO, Emilie SULLO, Pierre TOURRET, Arthur HITIER, Diane DUBAIL
- Employment law - Social welfare law, Corporate taxation, Mergers & Acquisitions - Corporate law, Intellectual property – Information technologies
- Henri-Louis DELSOL, Delphine BRETAGNOLLE, Stéphane PERRIN, Benoît BOUSSIER Julien MONSENEGO, Cécile BUZY, Vincent GUEVENOUX, Emilie SULLO, Alexia DEMONCHY, Sarah FERRAD, Céline VIAULT, Diane DUBAIL,
- Mergers & Acquisitions - Corporate law, Corporate taxation, Employment law - Social welfare law, Real estate, Intellectual property – Information technologies
DELSOL Avocats advised EDH Group, a private higher education group, on the acquisition of the ESEC cinema school, founded in 1973 and recognized as one of the best French cinema schools. With the acquisition of ESEC, EDH Group continues its development and consolidates its position as the French leader in the teaching of creative professions,...Read
Julien MONSENEGO and Céline VIAULT sign an article in the « Winter 2020/ Spring 2021 : Transfer Pricing Forum » edition of Bloomberg Tax. It is entitled « A Year In Review », and describes the main changes and trends in transfer pricing in France over the year 2020. Read the...Read