Norton Rose Fulbright expands tax team in Luxembourg

People October 11, 2017

Global law firm has announced that Raphaële Kamoun has joined as senior associate in the Luxembourg office.

Raphaële Kamoun is a tax lawyer. She advises clients on both national and international tax law focusing on real estate, venture capital and banking and finance.

Raphaële has over 9 years’ experience advising on the tax aspects of transactions, including refinancing, debt-buy-backs, mergers & acquisitions (in particular, pre-acquisition structuring and post-acquisition integration), relocation of companies, exploitation/holding of IP rights and tax structuring of real estate investments.

Dominic Stuttaford, head of tax for Europe, Middle East, Asia and Brazil commented:

“Our European tax practice continues to expand and Raphaële’s addition to the team reinforces the ongoing strategic growth of our tax team in Luxembourg and throughout Europe.”

Raquel Guevara, head of Luxembourg tax practice commented:

“Raphaële’s experience complements and strengthens the existing tax practice in Europe as we continue to expand and advise clients in multiple key industries and jurisdictions.”

Stephane Braun, head of Luxembourg commented:

“We are delighted to welcome Raphaële to the team. Raphaële will be working closely with colleagues locally and globally to further strengthen our tax offering to clients.”

For further information please contact:

Kate Farrell, Public Relations Executive
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7444 3724; Mob: +44 (0) 7515 324 290 
kate.farrell@nortonrosefulbright.com

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