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Joakim-Antoine Charvet

Tax Partner, Luxembourg

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Overview

Education and qualifications

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Joakim-Antoine joined the firm as an Associate in 2011, before being promoted to Managing Associate in 2013 and to Consultant in 2019. He specialises in international tax planning, with a particular focus on private equity and international investment fund tax structuring via regulated and non-regulated vehicles. Before joining Linklaters, he had been with another firm for four years.

Joakim-Antoine has an active role in recruitment initiatives as well as external publications. This recently included a publication for the Luxembourg Capital Markets Association. He has also been analysing and summarising case law for Kluwer for more than 10 years, on a monthly basis.

What three words would you use to describe yourself?

Committed, focused and enthusiastic.

What is an interesting fact about you or a surprising skill you have?

I took night classes in Japanese during my law studies to prepare for a trip to Japan, where I ended up working for five months as a pizzaiolo near Yufuin. My pizza-making skills are still decent, my Japanese much less so.

Overview

Joakim-Antoine joined Linklaters in 2011. 

Joakim-Antoine specialises in tax consulting and international tax planning. His main area of activity is private equity, where he mainly deals with mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, and joint ventures. He is also very active in transfer pricing issues and in the structuring of complex financial products. 

 

Education and qualifications

Joakim-Antoine holds a Master’s degree in business and tax law as well as a postgraduate degree in tax law, both from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He further graduated from the international branch of the INSEEC Business School in Paris and from the Wallace E. Carroll Graduate School of Management of Boston College, USA.

Joakim-Antoine was admitted to the bar of Luxembourg in 2008 and bar of Paris in 2011

He speaks French, English and Spanish