Saint Barts, French West Indies Attorney
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Emmanuel Jacques, managing partner, grew up in Paris, France where he attended private school, graduating with a baccalaureate of sciences and mathematics. Thereafter, Mr. Jacques attended Paris University of Law and graduated at the age of 23, becoming the youngest attorney in France.
Following his graduation, Mr. Jacques was named Director of the Cabinet of the CEO at the Paris Chamber of Commerce, overseeing 2,500 employees. In 1992, in fulfillment of his military obligation, Mr. Jacques resigned from his cabinet post and served as a civil soldier in Mexico, where he helped French companies settle into the region. Upon completion of his military obligation in 1993, Mr. Jacques returned to France, resuming his legal career as a junior partner at a Paris law firm. By 1995, at the age of 27, Mr. Jacques established his own practice in Paris, and was later named Of Counsel for a U.S. firm based in Paris’s Avenue Montaigne.
During his time in Paris, Mr. Jacques taught at the Paris University of Law and was named Vice- President of the parent organization of the 112 French Chambers of Commerce abroad as well as Special Advisor of the French government for trade with Nordic countries.
Well-Versed in Global Finance and the Law
Recognizing that every action has the potential for global financial repercussions, Mr. Jacques is one of a select few attorneys who is well versed in international finance, international relations, and management. He studied Management at HEC Paris, the highest-ranked business school in Europe; received his diploma in International Relations and Diplomacy at CEDS; and earned his Master’s degree in Corporate Finance. It is this unique combination of legal practice and corporate financial knowledge that has distinguished Mr. Jacques as a truly exceptional talent in international legal advocacy.
Mr. Jacques has been interviewed by numerous international media outlets about the Saint Barts real estate market and its tax implications and has hosted seminars in New York City on investing in Saint Barts.