Nathalie Aymé

Partner, Nathalie advises French and foreign multinational groups on domestic and international tax issues.

Nathalie Ayme


Nathalie Aymé, Partner, specializes in domestic and international tax law.

She regularly advises French and international companies especially in the manufacturing and the telecom & technology sectors. She assists her clients in their day-to-day transactions, advising them on the most complex technical issues or providing them with the support needed to fulfil their reporting and filing obligations.

Nathalie has over 20 years’ experience in managing and coordinating cross-border investment and/or restructuring transactions. Nathalie has developed a mutual cooperation with the worldwide Deloitte network. Her experience includes advising group clients designing and implementing their acquisition structures or new operating structures at the international level, but also assisting clients during field investigations and tax audit procedures.

Nathalie first started with the firm in 1998. She was appointed Partner in 2008.

+33 1 40 88 83 52


  • Attorney at the Hauts-de-Seine’s Bar - 1999
  • HEC Paris business school – MSc in Management (Tax and Legal specialization) - 1998
  • Master’s degree in International Tax Law - University Paris II Panthéon Assas - 1998


  • French
  • English
  • Spanish


  • La Commission européenne qualifie le régime fiscal belge d’exonération des bénéfices excédentaires d’aide d’État - Revue Lamy de la Concurrence - N°48 - March 2016
  • The Kyoto Protocol to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions: An Overview of Transfer Pricing Issues - Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report Vol 16 n°23, April 2008
  • The New Tax Measures Introduced in Key Member States - Tax Journal - March 2012
  • France, Germany discuss Tax Convergence - Tax Notes International, February 2012

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