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Isabelle Panis

Counsel

Brussels

Panis Isabelle
Isabelle Panis

Counsel

Brussels

Isabelle is a core member of the tax team in our Brussels office. She advises multinationals, private equity houses and financial institutions on both direct and indirect tax matters.

Her practice is strongly transaction driven, with a particular focus on the structuring of investment funds, M&A deals, corporate reorganisations and restructurings, financial transactions, management incentives plans and the negotiation of rulings. Another important product line of Isabelle’s practice is tax risk management and Belgian and European tax litigation.

Isabelle regularly publishes articles on tax topics and is an active member of the tax and legal committee of the Belgian Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (BVA).

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Expertise

Practices

Tax

Sectors

Real Estate

Office

Brussels

Allen & Overy (Belgium) LLP
Tervurenlaan 268A avenue de Tervueren
Brussels
1150

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted to the Brussels Bar, 2007

Academic

Bachelor in Law, University of Namur (FUNDP), 2003

Master in Law, University of Leuven (KUL), 2006

LLM (Law & Economics), University of Bologna, University of Hamburg, Erasmus University Rotterdam and University of California, Berkeley, 2007

Master in European Tax Law, ESSF-ICHEC Brussels, 2009