Jean-Marc Groelly is a partner in our tax practice. He is specialised in international tax law with a particular focus on the tax aspects of investment funds, private equity, real estate, M&A and structured finance transactions. He provides advice to multinationals in relation to taxation of intellectual property and equity incentive plans for their employees. He also provides tax advice to high net worth individuals including executives of large and medium sized companies.
Prior to joining NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg in January 2006, Jean-Marc worked for more than six years with several US-UK law firms.
Jean-Marc obtained a Master degree in Business Law (Maîtrise de droit des affaires) from the Jean Moulin University (Lyon III, France) in 1997. In 1998, he obtained postgraduate degrees in Business and Tax Law (DESS de Droit des affaires et fiscalité et Diplôme de Juriste Conseil d'Entreprise) from the same university.
Jean-Marc is the author and co-author of numerous publications. He contributed to the Luxembourg chapter of the NautaDutilh "Benelux Private Equity, Venture Capital and Leveraged Finance market report" (April 2014). He co-authored on a section of the Luxembourg tax treatment of the European Company ("The European Company", Volume II, Dirk van Gerven and Paul Storm, Law Practitioners Series, Cambridge) as well as on articles published in ACE on the tax consequences of the migration of companies.
Jean-Marc regularly holds training seminars for Kluwer on taxation aspects of structured finance transactions. He also frequently gives presentations at conferences, for example on cross-border real estate investments in Europe or international tax issues in cross-border corporate finance and capital markets.
In the 2018 edition of Chambers, Jean-Marc is described as "responsive and flexible". The same interviewee adds that he "gives good client service". In Chambers 2017, Jean-Marc impresses a client with his "very high level of tax regulatory knowledge", adding that he is "good at moving quickly and getting things done".
Jean-Marc is a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), the American Bar Association (ABA) and the Young IFA Committee for Luxembourg.
Jean-Marc was admitted to the Luxembourg Bar in 2003.
Jean-Marc speaks French, English and German.