TGS France Avocats, an interdisciplinary law firm working in the main areas of business law, formalizes its convergence with the independent firm ALTEXIS founded in 2003 by Marylène BONNY-GRANDIL and exclusively dedicated to taxation. ALTEXIS supports companies and their managers as well as individuals and associations, in France and abroad. The growth of TGS France Avocats notably involves bringing together firms that share a common vision of the profession and fundamental human values. The merger with ALTEXIS bears witness to this strong desire.
“We had already been asked to come and set up the tax department of business law firms. From the outset, discussions with the governance of TGS France Avocats were fluid and enabled the realization of this project. Beyond a base of common values and the culture of well-being at work at TGS France Avocats, we were particularly won over by their multidisciplinary approach. Being able to offer our clients to manage all aspects of their projects undeniably makes the difference in our sector,” says Marine Perrot, Associate Lawyer and Managing Director at ALTEXIS.
ALTEXIS sees in this merger the opportunity to offer its clients a range of services covering all areas of law and figures while retaining the specificity of the tax offer which has made it famous. For its part, TGS France Avocats, today the leading French law firm with a cross-business strategy and organization, is strengthening its international dynamic by relying on a fundamental skill: taxation.
“Three years ago, the firm started the Parisian adventure with two major axes. On the one hand, strong and specialized legal expertise in business law (corporate law, contract law, new technologies, personal data, etc.) and, on the other hand, this door to the international. With ALTEXIS, a fully multilingual team is now able to respond to our French clients for their international issues or to our international clients, via the TGS network, of which TGS France Avocats is a stakeholder, for their questions. in terms of French taxation”, says Laurence Vernay, director of TGS France Avocats.