His expertise in real estate tax matters allows him to assist French institutional investors as well as foreign investment funds, property developers and tenants. He also advises investors and listed and non-listed companies in their M&A operations. Emmanuel also assists managers and other individuals in their personal tax issues both nationally and internationally.
Emmanuel is a member of the Institut des Avocats Conseils Fiscaux (IACF), he is also a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and of the CFE Tax Advisers Europe
The Legal 500 2021 says that “‘Emmanuel Galifer is very professional, nice, creative, clear and precise. He makes complex matters look clearer, which helps clients to take to the best decision. His analyses are always business-oriented“.
His partners and associates at Fairway say “his Southern origins enchant a more and more complex tax law”.
His clients rely on his expertise for:
– Real estate tax
– Corporate taxation (relating to listed and non-listed companies)
– Personal property taxation
– Employee savings plan
– Tax litigation
Before joining Fairway, Emmanuel practiced in the tax department of the law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher.
He began his career at the law firm Shearman & Sterling where he spent 4 years before joining the firm Brandford-Griffith & Associés that he left in 2006 to join Willkie Farr & Gallagher.
Well before Fairway
– Postgraduate degree in Tax Law – University of Paris XII (1998)
– Postgraduate degree in Business Law – University of Montpellier I (1997)
Emmanuel will go hiking or gliding in the mountains to breathe some fresh air with his wife.