Cedulie Boulay has a DJCE degree, a, Master II Coroprate and business law of the University of Caen, a certificate of specialization in corporate law. She graduated as a lawyer (CAPA degree) and joined the firm in 2013.Previously, she worked for two years at the firm Fidal and has also gained experience in the tax department of Natixis Global Asset Management .Her training and experience enable her to effectively advise clients in the field of business and tax law.More specifically, in tax law, she follows-up tax disputes and organizes the defense of clients .
She advises companies and individuals on the selection and structuring of any type of tax (income tax, wealth tax, corporate tax, VAT, etc.).
She also prepares tax returns for individuals (income tax, wealth tax).
She also supports non-residents in real estate acquisitions in France and in organizing these acquisitions.
As for Business law, she sets-up companies, reorganize them and is involved in M&A operations
She holds a post-graduate Master’sII degree in tax law from the University of Dijon, an international degree in European tax law, and passed the bar exam after completing courses at the Paris Law School (EFB).
She shares the same background and values as the founders of the firm, which she joined in 2008.
She focuses particularly on preparing and monitoring tax audits.
She also organises campaigns to assist with income and wealth tax declarations, as well as participating in decisions relating to estate structuring and transfers for private clients.
In business law, she actively supports the firm’s clients in creating companies, and developing, managing and restructuring groups.
She has developed experience in the acquisition and sale of shares in companies, and has organised many sales of businesses.
The firm’s attorneys are supported by Dyana Koucem.
After studying law at Paris I University, Dyana joined the firm while continuing her education at ESAS and ENADEP, where she specialised in managing litigation procedures and drafting and monitoring legal documentation for courts and registries. As the administrative and legal assistant, she is the interface between the courts, the registries, the firm and its clients.
As personal assistant to the firm’s attorneys, she organises meetings and telephone conferences with the clients.
She serves as office manager and is the exclusive contact for all suppliers.