Sarvi Keyhani

Partner, Sarvi specializes in real estate tax transactions. At the head of a team of professionals specialized in different areas of real estate tax, she advises international investors on tax aspects of major French and cross-border transactions.

Sarvi Keyhani

Expertise

  • Real Estate
  • International Tax
  • Corporate Tax

Sarvi Keyhani, Partner, specializes in real estate tax. She advises international investors on major real estate operations. She particularly advises a large number of international real estate funds on the structuring of their real estate investments in France, on the securing of their tax strategies, on the respect of their obligations and on the defense of their interests regarding tax controls and litigations.

At the head of a team of professionals specialized in real estate tax, Sarvi developed a particular expertise in the area of regulated investments structuring (OPCI, SCPI, etc.) and non-regulated in France.

Sarvi studied at California University in Berkeley and at Paris II-Assas and Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne University, where she was also a lecturer.

She contributed to thinkings within a work group of ORIE dedicated to real estate externalization and collaborates in drawing up business guides for INREV (European Association for investors in non-listed real estate funds).

+33 1 40 88 70 23 skeyhani@taj.fr

Education

  • Attorney at the Hauts-de-Seine’s Bar - 1994
  • Master’s degree in Private Law - University Paris II Assas - 1994
  • Master’s degree in Corporate Tax – University Paris II Assas – 1993
  • DJCE/ Magisterium business lawyer - University Paris II Assas – 1993
  • Graduate Law program - University of California, Berkeley - 1992

Languages

  • French
  • English

Publications

  • European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Real Estate Vehicles – Tax & Regulatory Tool
  • Observatoire de l’Immobilier d’Entreprise – Externalisation des actifs immobiliers
  • Revue Droit Fiscal, n°17, 25 avril 2013, Les nouvelles règles de liquidation des droits d’enregistrement lors de la cession de titres de « sociétés à prépondérance immobilière »
  • Une société non résidente peut-elle prendre un engagement de revendre portant sur les parts d'une société française à prépondérance immobilière ? - Droit fiscal n°50 - 16 Décembre 2010

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