Anne Quenedey Joins Baker & McKenzie as Tax Partner
Anne Quenedey has joined Baker & McKenzie’s Tax Practice in Paris as a Partner, accompanied by two associates. She will bring her expertise in international tax, with a strong focus on China, to the current team of forty lawyers.
Anne Quenedey assists large French and foreign companies on their tax and legal strategy, as well as their M&A and restructuring operations. She specializes in advising European groups on their operations in China and Chinese companies on their investments in France and in Europe. She works with both listed groups and middle-market companies which are very active in China and with state-owned enterprises or Chinese private equity groups. She also advises family businesses on corporate and proprietary aspects.
Anne is a member of the MEDEF International Commission and of the France-China Committee. She is also a representative for the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China (CCIFC) and co-manager of the CCIFC M&A Club in Shanghai. She is a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), the Institut des Avocats Conseils Fiscaux (IACF) and l’Association pour le Management des Risques et des Assurances de l’Entreprise (AMRAE).
Véronique Millischer, Partner and Head of the Baker & McKenzie tax department, is delighted by Anne’s arrival: “We are very happy to welcome Anne Quenedey to our team, she will strengthen our expertise in international tax, particularly on operations involving investments in China or Chinese investments in France and more widely speaking in Europe. In view of its growth prospects, this is really a strategic market for the development of our activities.”
Anne Quenedey has previously worked at several business law firms as a partner, successively at King & Wood Mallesons (2014 – 2016), Dentons (2011 – 2014) and Bird & Bird (2002 – 2011) having begun her career as a lawyer at Andersen Legal (1991 – 2002). She graduated from HEC in 1991 and has been admitted to the bar since 1995.
Anne will be accompanied by Arnaud Colson, senior associate and Catherine Sambath, associate.