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Complex transaction

What is a complex transaction ?

The complexity of a transaction has as much to do with:
• the legal and fiscal consequences of how it is implemented
• the multiplicity of stakeholders who need to identify their roles
• the scope and the limitations of the contributions of each person taking part in the project
• coordinating the actions of stakeholders and verifying that they respect their obligations


To ensure the project is completed successfully and the client’s objectives are met, it is essential to do the following things before putting the project in motion:
• set up a team and define each person’s precise role and responsibilities
• define how the team will coordinate and manage its work, while taking into consideration the client’s economic objectives
• audit the assets and their structural holdings
• undertake a judicial and fiscal analysis of possible solutions to understand their consequences, feasibility and the inherent risks in each solution
• finalize negotiations
• contractualize the negotiated terms
• compile the dossier presenting the financing to be put in place, finalize the transfer of the assets and the actions following signature

Example of a complex transaction: selling a building in an international context

International transactions are by nature complex operations, not only because of the number of stakeholders involved and the financing challenges, but also because it requires twice as much legal and fiscal expertise and execution. In effect, it is necessary to consider the judicial and fiscal consequences of the project both in the investment country, and in the country of the investor, in order to define the best possible investment structure for that particular operation. 

Conception of a legal and fiscal framework

A preliminary study must describe, in detail, the judicial and fiscal framework of the solution that each of the parties have chosen to put into place after the auditing phase.


Based on the end goal, the challenges and the constraints of the operation, the office will:

• determine the different types of investment frameworks necessary to acquire the assets, or titles of holding companies of these assets, in order to select the structure that will optimise the return on investment

• define how the existing assets and holding structures will be managed to optimise the profitability of the transaction

• evaluate the inherent risks involved in this process and accordingly choose the most adapted and secure solutions

 

The choice of investment framework depends on:

• the client’s economic objective

• the taxation system where the investment is being made and the residence of the investor

 

Example:

Acquisition of a holiday home in France by a non resident

If the property is to be kept within the family circle, it is wise to place the ownership of that property in the structure of a French or foreign business.

If the property is to be resold in the short or medium term, it is better to place the ownership of that property directly in the details of a marital contract.

Project Management

Our office is capable of providing project management for our clients. We first define the organisational structure of the project, taking into account each stakeholder. Then we oversee the project, monitoring its progress until its successful completion.

 

Example : Reconstruction and extension of an industrial site after a fire

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