The use of an SCI to acquire property in France

An SCI (Société Civile Immobilière) is frequently used as a means to acquire property in France, and is appropriate for both French fiscal residents just as it is for non-residents. A “société civile immobilière” is a civil company having by definition its registered office in France, for it to then acquire property. The SCI, being…

View a selection of our “GGI” meetings

As the Chairman of GGI Practice Group (PG) “Private Equity and International Wealth Management”, Professor Robert Anthony developed the project “Case Study of a lucky life” which run throughout 2014. His aim was to obtain an open panel discussion, offering participants to brainstorm and benefit from the discussed results. We invite you to view movies…