BCLP Paris Partners Olivier Mesmin and Christine Daric will lead a breakfast seminar on Jan. 14 to help those in the real estate market analyze the tax case law of the past year as well as the new provisions contained in the finance law for 2020. Topics will include Quemener, market interest rates, the 3 percent tax and commitment to build. They also will discuss the extension to taxpayers of the new obligation to declare cross-border schemes, creation of a premium tax on offices located in certain Parisian districts and municipalities in the Hauts-de-Seine, and new amendments concerning the rules on undercapitalization and those aimed at combating hybrid schemes. They additionally plan to address the extension of favorable measures for the conversion of premises into housing, numerous provisions in favor of social housing, VAT exemption for management fees of OPCIs, simplification and technical adjustments concerning mergers, and changes in tax incentives for rental property investment (Pinel, Denormandie, Malraux, Censi-Bouvard, Cosse).
Mesmin focuses on corporate and real estate taxation matters. He advises French and international clients in the context of their investments, the implementation of intragroup reorganizations, the design of their tax strategy transactions, or also in the context of their relationships with the tax authorities, in particular in the course of tax audits or the application for tax rulings.
Daric handles corporate and real estate taxation matters. She is particularly experienced in general and international taxation as it applies to companies, the structuring and determination of the taxation strategy of real estate or hotel investments in particular (structuring, taxation audit, financial modeling, negotiations and structuring of investment funds).
This event is organized by Business Immo and will take place from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the Cercle de l'Union Interalliée, 33 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris.
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