Pierre-Jean Douvier

Pierre-Jean Douvier
Office:
2 rue Ancelle
92522
City:
Neuilly-sur-Seine
Country:
France
Tel:
+33 1 47 38 55 90
Fax:
+33 1 47 38 57 42

Biographies:

Who's Who Legal France - Corporate Tax

Pierre-Jean joined CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats in 1986 where he was co-opted as equity partner in 1991. He formerly has been with Coopers & Lybrand (1981-1984) and Ernst & Whinney (1984-1986).

He co-leads the international department, where he specialises in transfer pricing and private clients, having 30 years' experience in those areas. The support of the integrated team of 10-plus economists is invaluable when assisting clients in transfer pricing. His other practice areas are cross-border transactions, including M&A, financing, refinancing, restructuring, financial leasing, and European and international taxation. His second area of expertise is private clients: legal and tax regimes, including family law (international aspects), immigration law, assets protection, wealth transfer techniques, inheritance, assets protection and separation of assets, matrimonial status, real property investments, trusts impacts within civil jurisdictions, tax audit protection and litigation.

Pierre-Jean is a member of the Institute for Tax Advisers (IACF), the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and the International Bar Association (IBA). He is also the honorary vice president of the trusts committee of the IBA. He is a member of STEP France.

He is a lecturer on international taxation at the University of Paris II - Assas and also a speaker at conferences on topics such as transfer of domicile, trusts and assets reorganisation. He is the author of several publications edited by the IBFD, including The Regime of Partnerships and The Regime of Permanent Establishments, as well as others published by Editions Francis Lefebvre in English and French (eg, Monaco Tax, Legal Guide and Prix de Transfert) and Option Finance. He regularly contributes to reference books on International Transfer Pricing. He is a correspondent for the International Transfer Pricing Journal and regularly writes international articles in English.

Pierre-Jean is domiciled and based in Monaco where he has a licence of counsel in international taxation.

He holds a master's degree in business law from the University of Paris II Assas (1981) and is a graduate from the ESLSCA Business School (1979).

A French native speaker, he is fluent in English and German, and also speaks some Italian.

WWL says: Pierre-Jean Douvier focuses his first-rate practice on international tax law and is frequently engaged in advising clients on property investment and wealth restructuring.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: France which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Corporate Tax: Advisory

Pierre-Jean joined the firm in 1986 where he was co-opted as equity partner in 1991. He formerly has been with Coopers & Lybrand (1981-1984) and Ernst & Whinney (1984-1986).

He specialises in private clients and families. His other practice areas are cross-border transactions, including M&A, financing, refinancing, restructuring, financial leasing, real property law and European and international taxation and BEPS aspects for enterprises. He advises private clients on legal and tax regimes including family law, immigration law, assets protection, wealth transfer techniques, successions, assets protection/separation of assets, matrimonial status, real property investments, trusts impacts within civil jurisdictions, tax audit protection, litigation, assistance regarding the exchange of tax information.

Pierre-Jean is a member of the Institute for Tax Advisers, the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and the International Bar Association (IBA). He is also the honorary vice president of the trusts committee of the IBA.

He is the author of several publications edited by the IBFD, including The Regime of Partnerships and The Regime of Permanent Establishments, as well as others published by Editions Francis Lefebvre (in particular Monaco Tax and Legal Guide and Transfer Pricing) and Option Finance. He regularly contributes to reference books such as Tax Director's Guide to International Transfer Pricing. He is a correspondent for the International Transfer Pricing Journal.

Pierre-Jean lives and is based in Monaco where he has a licence of counsel in international taxation.

A French native speaker, he is fluent in English, German, and also speaks some Italian.

WWL says: Pierre-Jean Douvier is a well-known name in the tax arena, with a strong track record advising corporate and private clients on a wide array of matters.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Corporate Tax which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal France - Private Client

Pierre-Jean joined CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats in 1986 where he was co-opted as equity partner in 1991. He formerly has been with Coopers & Lybrand (1981-1984) and Ernst & Whinney (1984-1986).

He co-leads the international department, where he specialises in transfer pricing and private clients, having 30 years' experience in those areas. The support of the integrated team of 10-plus economists is invaluable when assisting clients in transfer pricing. His other practice areas are cross-border transactions, including M&A, financing, refinancing, restructuring, financial leasing, and European and international taxation. His second area of expertise is private clients: legal and tax regimes, including family law (international aspects), immigration law, assets protection, wealth transfer techniques, inheritance, assets protection and separation of assets, matrimonial status, real property investments, trusts impacts within civil jurisdictions, tax audit protection and litigation.

Pierre-Jean is a member of the Institute for Tax Advisers (IACF), the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and the International Bar Association (IBA). He is also the honorary vice president of the trusts committee of the IBA. He is a member of STEP France.

He is a lecturer on international taxation at the University of Paris II - Assas and also a speaker at conferences on topics such as transfer of domicile, trusts and assets reorganisation. He is the author of several publications edited by the IBFD, including The Regime of Partnerships and The Regime of Permanent Establishments, as well as others published by Editions Francis Lefebvre in English and French (eg, Monaco Tax, Legal Guide and Prix de Transfert) and Option Finance. He regularly contributes to reference books on International Transfer Pricing. He is a correspondent for the International Transfer Pricing Journal and regularly writes international articles in English.

Pierre-Jean is domiciled and based in Monaco where he has a licence of counsel in international taxation.

He holds a master's degree in business law from the University of Paris II Assas (1981) and is a graduate from the ESLSCA Business School (1979).

A French native speaker, he is fluent in English and German, and also speaks some Italian.

WWL says: Pierre-Jean Douvier is renowned among peers for his top-tier work advising private clients on regulatory, tax and immigration matters.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: France which can be purchased from our Shop.

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