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Bruno Knadjian

Bruno Knadjian


Bruno is a partner in the firm's tax group, based in Paris.



Bruno's practice covers corporate and transactional tax matters, in particular domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions (including acquisitions and disposals of real estate assets), LBO transactions, business transfers, joint ventures and group reorganisations. He also has substantial experience advising on the tax aspects of capital market transactions.

Bruno has been recognised as an outstanding tax practitioner in the legal directories. In the early stages of his career, Bruno was named the Best Young Corporate Lawyer by the French leading association ACE.
In addition to representing large corporations in a full range of tax law matters, Bruno works with investors throughout the life cycle of investments. Bruno has considerable experience handling tax matters for a diverse client base, including multinational corporations, financial institutions, private equity and real estate funds, emerging and start-up companies, entrepreneurs, high-net-worth individuals and families.


Bruno joined Herbert Smith Freehills Paris in September 2018. Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2005, Bruno Knadjian holds a Master degree in Corporate Taxation from the University Dauphine in Paris, a DEA Business and Economics Law from the University in Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, and a LL.M from the University College in London.

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