Co-founder & partner
Fabrice Delouis is a partner and co-founder of DELCADE, specialising in French and international tax law. He has been assisting his clients, French and foreign international companies, Mid-Caps businesses and SMEs in all their projects for nearly 25 years. His practice covers all tax activities: M&A transactions, LBOs, group financing and reorganisations, corporate tax management, transfer pricing as well as the taxation of real estate investment transactions. Fabrice has also acquired particular expertise in the field of executive and entrepreneur taxation and family business transfers. He assists his clients, both individual and corporate, in the context of tax audits and litigation.
His expertise is recognised by numerous French and international legal guides (Legal 500, Best Lawyers, Décideurs, Option Droit & Affaires). After practicing in major international firms (Taj – Deloitte Juridique & Fiscal, now Deloitte société d’avocats, Fidal’s International department), Fabrice co-founded DELCADE with one objective: “To serve our clients better, by bringing together talented women and men around strong values“.
He holds a Specialisation in Tax Law, a DJCE (company law masters’ degree, University of Montpellier) as well as a Master 2 in Business Law and Taxation. Fabrice is a regular speaker at tax conferences and seminars and is a member of the IACF (Institut des Avocats Conseils Fiscaux) and the APM (Association pour le Progrès du Management).
His recent publications
Developing a Compliance Program
A checklist outlining the key steps to take and the main issues to consider when developing a compliance program, including overlaps with the environmental, social and governance (ESG) frameworkRead more
DELCADE welcomes Pierre-Antoine Dubecq as a Partner M&A and Private Equity
DELCADE is delighted to welcome Pierre-Antoine Dubecq as a partner in the Paris office.Read more
Publishing of the first French Guidelines relating to the Control of Foreign Investments in France
Published on 8 September 2022, the French Guidelines on the Control of Foreign Investment in France sadly are an unfinished workRead more