DALDEWOLF welcomes two new partners, Yaël Spiegl and Romain Battajon
Romain Battajon, attorney at the Kinshasa Bar, former attorney at the Paris Bar, joined DALDEWOLF as a partner. He has been practicing as a lawyer in D.R. Congo for 20 years where he has developed a dominant practice in business and tax law for investors and companies.
Romain Battajon also chairs the pan-African legal network and think tank ABLE Network / Club 54.
Romain Battajon is in charge of the brand new firm’s office of DALDEWOLF in Kinshasa.
The managing partner Patrick De Wolf has quoted:
“The arrival of Romain Battajon as a partner and the launch of a DALDEWOLF’s representation office in DRC is a great step in our strategy in Africa. Indeed this local foothold with an experienced partner will strengthen the ability of DALDEWOLF to offer high level services for both local and foreign investors. The market already reacted tremendously to this news”.
Yaël Spiegl is a tax expert. She has developed a special expertise in VAT and indirect taxes, which she practices for over 13 years. After several years as a tax consultant at Deloitte, she joined Olivier Bertin's team in 2012, with whom she integrated DALDEWOLF in 2015.
Her expertise also covers betting and gambling taxation, estate planning and real estate taxation, registration and inheritance taxes. Furthermore, Yaël is a founding member of our team STARTITUP by DALDEWOLF, where she trains and supports young entrepreneurs and start-ups in their tax procedures and issues.
Her partnership takes place in the continuity of her work and her dedication to DALDEWOLF: “After 6 years as a Senior Associate in the firm, the partnership was for me obvious. Within the team led by Olivier Bertin we develop complementary skills, which allow us to be at the forefront of our expertise and offer an ever more effective and qualitative support to our clients “.
DALDEWOLF is proud to announce that Yaël Spiegl has just been recognized as “Next generation Lawyer” by The Legal 500, The Clients Guide to the best law firms.