Jean-Marc Groelly is a partner with NautaDutilh and head of the Tax practice group in Luxembourg. He specialises 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 regularly advises multinationals on the taxation of intellectual property rights and employee incentive plans and provides tax advice to high-net-worth individuals, including the executives of large and medium-sized companies.
Prior to joining NautaDutilh in January 2006, Jean-Marc worked for more than six years at other reputable US and UK law firms.
Jean-Marc contributes regularly to various publications, including NautaDutilh's Benelux Private Equity, Venture Capital and Leveraged Finance Market Report (April 2014), The European Company, Volume II (edited by Dirk van Gerven and Paul Storm, Law Practitioner Series, Cambridge University Press) and ACE magazine (on the tax consequences of corporate migration). Recent publications include "Doing Business in Luxembourg: overview" (Thomson Reuters, 2018). He also leads training seminars for Kluwer on the tax aspects of structured finance transactions and frequently speaks at conferences on topics such as cross-border real estate investment in Europe and international tax issues in cross-border corporate finance and capital markets transactions.
Jean-Marc is a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and the American Bar Association (ABA). Chambers 2019 describes him as having "a clear, open and unequivocal view of the pertinent issues affecting business lines in Luxembourg".
Jean-Marc holds a master's degree in business law (maîtrise de droit des affaires, 1997) as well as post-graduate degrees in business and tax law (DESS and DJCE, 1998) from the Jean Moulin University Lyon III.
Jean-Marc was admitted to the Luxembourg Bar in 2003.
He speaks French, English and German.