Nadine Gelli is a tax partner in the Paris office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Nadine advises on all tax aspects of corporate transactions; in particular LBOs, financing and restructuring projects. Nadine has extensive experience in the field of employee share schemes and benefits.
Nadine gives seminars on tax aspects of LBO transactions every year to students at both the University of Montpellier and the University of Paris I – Pantheon-Sorbonne. She is also an author or co-author of several articles in her practice area.
Nadine is a "confidence-inspiring" practitioner, according to Chambers Europe (2021). Clients praise her extensively, with one interviewee describing her as remaining "collaborative and dedicated until the matter's conclusion," before going on to point to her ability "to explain and clarify issues while taking into account non-tax topics, and to bring new and original ideas to the team.“ She is further recognised by The Legal 500 EMEA (2021) as a ‘Leading Individual’ for Private Equity Tax, with clients describing her as “capable of delivering results in the most efficient way with an incomparable sense of proactivity”.
Co-author, “Share Options – tax implications of Macron Law”, International Law Office, November 2015
“Jersey, Bermuda and the BVI Added to the French List of Non-Cooperative Jurisdictions”, Practical European Tax Strategies, October 2013
“ECJ issues judgment in Santander withholding tax case”, International Tax Review Premium, May 2012
Co-author, “French dividend withholding tax regime takes another hit from ECJ”, Tax Analysts, May 2012
“France Seeks ECJ Ruling on Dividend Tax on Foreign Investment Funds”, Tax Notes International, June 2011
Ranked by Chambers Europe, Tax – France
Leading Individual, The Legal 500 France, Tax: Private Equity Tax
“Excellent in private equity tax and transactional tax”, Who’s Who Legal France, Corporate Tax
Tax Leader, France, International Tax Review, World Tax Guide
Best Lawyers France, Tax Law
Admissions & Qualifications
- 1998, Avocat à la Cour (France)
- Université Paris 1 Panthéon-SorbonneComparative Law1997
- Université Paris-Sud, Paris XIInternational Tax1996