Maryse Naudin is a lawyer of the Paris Bar and the founding partner, with Jean-Marc Tirard (in 1989) of the law firm Tirard, Naudin, a highly reputed Paris-based boutique law firm which specialises in international tax and estate planning (including trusts), tax representation and litigation in all aspects of French taxation with a particular emphasis on international tax issues.
Ms Naudin began her career in the tax department of one of the major international accounting firms, where she was specifically in charge of the real estate practice and the South East Asia clientele.
She now has 35 years' experience in advising and defending a varied clientele, from multinational corporations to high-net-worth individuals, in relation to cross-border tax issues. She has a particular expertise in advising foreign investors acquiring French real estate property as well as French clients with foreign interests, and is specialised in matters relating to trusts in a civil law environment.
Maryse Naudin is also experienced in tax litigation, in particular with respect to European community freedoms and fundamental principles.
Ms Naudin is the co-founder and former secretary of the French branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), and a former chair of the international estate planning commission of the International Association of Lawyers (UIA). She is a member of the International Academy of Estate and Trust Law (TIAETL) and the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).
Maryse Naudin is a frequent speaker at seminars dealing with international tax planning in the context of various matters, such as European holdings and structuring investments in French real estate.