Jérôme Assouline is the author of numerous academic articles and regularly takes part in professional conferences.
Chair of the 26th IBA conference « International Private Client Virtual Conference: Advising real clients in a virtual world ».
STEP Mid Atlantic Webinar “Current Trends in Estate/Succession Tax Planning”
“Planning for the US person moving to Europe”, Virtually Together Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA)
“Cross-Border US/Europe Tax Planning”, Virtual conference “US/UK Tax Planning: Digital Week”
“New rules for Loss carryovers”, Journal Spécial des Sociétés
“What Private Wealth Professionals Should Know about International Tax Transparency”, International Bar Association (IBA) Conference
“Extension of the state of health emergency: new deadlines for tax proceedings”
DAC6 – a review of its implementation around the EU, impact on attorney client privilege and privacy issues, 25th Annual Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA), London
“Coronavirus: tax and social contribution measures implemented to support companies”. Article in the Journal Spécial des Sociétés
STEP Conference Moderator, 24th International Private Client Conference, London: Navigating Private Client Planning in France, Franco- American Tax Planning for High Net Worth Individuals
“Inheriting problematic structures: common problems for heirs/beneficiaries and opportunities for restructuring before death” 19th Annual American Bar Association (ABA) Conference on Trends in US and European Tax Practice, Paris
“The public registers provided for in the 4th MLA Directive: an excessive infringement of public freedoms?”, 23rd Annual Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA), London
“The Constitutional Council reduces tax penalties” Article in Agefi
“Structuring of Real Estate Asset Acquisition”, Future Leaders Forum, Cascais, Spain
Panel discussion on the Common Reporting Standard (CRS). Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA), London.
Conducted a session entitled “Tax structuring for private clients,” Annual conference of the International Bar Association, (IBA), Vienna.
Organized a roundtable entitled “International Asset Management,” Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA) London.
Published an article in the U.S. magazine Trusts & Estates: “Dangerous Liaisons: Beware of the Creation of Trusts for U.S. Citizens Residing in France.”
Conducted a session on the structuring of non real-estate assets, annual conference of the International Bar Association, Tokyo.
Conducted a workshop entitled “Should You Sell the Operating Entity or the Holding Company? Legal and Tax Strategies,” Workshop on Business Sales, Paris.
Conducted a session on real estate ownership structures – Conference of the International Bar Association, London.
Led a workshop on estate planning entitled “Managing the Aftermath of a Transfer: What to Do with the Contribution in the Medium to Long Term,” Inter-Professional Asset Management Meetings 2014, Agefi Actifs, Paris.
Led a workshop entitled “Taxation of Holding Companies,” at a training day held by the KPMG Southwest Tax Planning Network, Avignon.
Led a training session at a training day entitled “Current Issues – Accounting 2013,” in partnership with KPMG.
Participated in a seminar entitled, “Rethinking the International Taxation System: What the Seniors Should Teach to the Young People,” International Bar Association (IBA), Paris.
Participated in a seminar entitled “Regularization of Unreported Foreign Assets: An Instruction Manual,” Institut des Avocats Conseils Fiscaux (IACF).
A session on investment funds entitled “How to Structure an Investment Fund for Private Clients,” Annual Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA), Boston.
“Should You Sell the Operating Entity or the Holding Company?” Conference on business transfers, Palais des Congrès, Paris.
Led a session on current issues in French asset taxation, Annual Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA), New York.
Led a session entitled, “Selling a Business Tool: Strategies for 2013,” in partnership with Aforge Finance.