Tax, private equity, real estate, venture capital, Private Clients, Asian markets
François is a Senior Associate of Dupont Partners, specialized in corporate and international taxation, as well as on M&A and real estate transactions. Together with the Managing Partner, François develops the Singapore representative office of Dupont Partners.
François specialises in international and corporate tax law and advises clients on the tax aspects of domestic and international private equity, real estate, debt transactions and investments, as well as on the structuring and establishment of Luxembourg regulated and unregulated alternative investment funds. He also has experience in securitisations, structured finance and capital markets.
François is very active within the private wealth sector, notably advising numerous family offices, high net worth individuals and private bankers in the tax structuring of investments and estates, as well as in succession planning.
Finally, François has extensive experience with Asian investments structures and focus on the development of the Singapore representative office of Dupont Partners.
Prior to join Dupont Partners, François spent more than 4 years in the Luxembourg tax department of an international leading law firm and also worked in a Luxembourg tax department of a Big 4 for more than 3 years.
François started its career in a Magic Circle Law firm in Vietnam where he also worked for a leading ASEAN law firm.
Education and Admissions
- Admitted to the Luxembourg Bar as Avocat à la Cour (Liste I).
- Master’s degree in International Business Law, University Paris II Panthéon-Assas (France) in partnership with the National University of Ho-Chi-Minh City (Vietnam).
- Master degree, in business Law, University of Aix-en-Provence (France).
- Tax diploma in Luxembourg and international taxation of the Luxembourg Chambre des Salariés.
Dupont Partners Open Golf Trophy
Dupont Partners organised its first Open Golf Trophy for a selected group of clients in the Golf du Château de la Bawette. At the same moment we expressed strong support and raised funds for the Michaël Van Waeyenberge Fonds
EXPO Real – 7 to 9 October 2019
Make sure you reached out to Dupont Partners’ Real Estate Tax and Finance Experts Frederic Dupont (email@example.com) and Peter-Jan Bossuyt (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a meeting at EXPO REAL from 7 to 9 October in Munich.
Dupont Partners advises Oberberg Group on successful refinancing
Dupont Partners’ Banking & Finance Department, alongside Taylor Wessing Frankfurt, has advised Oberberg Group in connection with the successful refinancing of its existing credit facilities. In addition, new facilities are available for the financing of add-on acquisitions. Recent add-on targets include the internationally renowned Privatklinik Jägerwinkel located at the Tegernsee, which extends the current treatment […]
IBA ANNUAL CONFERENCE SEOUL 2019
Dupont Partners, represented by its managing and founding partner Frederic Dupont, head of tax and alternative investments, will be present at the IBA Annual Conference in Seoul from 22 September to 27 September. It will be a great pleasure to catch up with old friends and meet peers from other jurisdictions and introduce them to […]
36th IBA International Financial Law Conference
Dupont Partners, represented by its founding partner Peter-Jan Bossuyt, head of banking and restructuring, will be present at the 36th IBA International Financial Law Conference in Berlin from 14 May to 17 May. It will be a great pleasure to catch up with old friends and meet peers from other jurisdictions and introduce them to […]
NPL INVESTMENTS THROUGH LUXEMBOURG STRUCTURES
Peter-Jan Bossuyt, head of our Banking and Restructuring practice, will attend the European NPL summit in Stockholm on 21 & 22 March 2019, and speak on the Western European panel and particular about the various Luxembourg structures available to invest in NPLs. Attached is additional info on the NPL summit.
Luxembourg Financial Sector Brexit Emergency Law
On 31 January 2019 the Luxembourg government proposed a so-called “Brexit Urgency bill” in order to address, during a fixed period, any serious disruptions in Luxembourg in case of a no-deal/hard Brexit.