FabienneBeuzit

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Paris + 33.1.56.59.39.39

Fabienne Beuzit's practice focuses on bankruptcy proceedings, court and out-of-court restructurings, and distressed M&A matters. She guides clients navigating difficult and complex restructuring situations and has represented debtors, lenders, shareholders, and investors in numerous restructuring situations in France and internationally.

Fabienne has achieved exceptional results for clients and has worked on many major insolvency and reorganization cases in France. She has advised on significant leveraged buyout (LBO) debt restructuring cases, represented parties in prepackaged chapter 11 cases, and has served as investors' counsel on a broad range of asset deals.

Fabienne is a member of INSOL and the Association pour le Retournement de l'Entreprise (French Turnaround Association).

Experience

  • Framatome acquires ValinoxJones Day advised Framatome SAS in the acquisition of 100% of the shares of Valinox Nucléaire SAS, a French company specializing in the production of seamless tubes for nuclear use, from the Vallourec group.
  • Electrolux challenges extension of judicial reorganization procedure against one of its subsidiaryJones Day is representing the Swedish multinational home appliance manufacturer group Electrolux group in several lawsuits related to the interpretation of a decision of the French Supreme Court dated 11 March 2020 ruling on the annulment of an extension of judicial reorganization proceedings.
  • Kartesia Management restructures and refinances ORAPI and its holding company La Financière MG3FJones Day advised Kartesia Management SA in connection with the conciliation procedure, restructuring, and refinancing of ORAPI and the refinancing and restructuring of its holding company La Financière MG3F through multiple equity and debt instruments.
  • Antalis restructures and refinances its existing indebtednessJones Day advised Antalis, a leading professional paper distributor and provider of packaging and Visual Communication solutions, in connection with the mandat ad hoc procedure, restructuring, and refinancing of its existing indebtedness and the acquisition of Antalis by Kokusai Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
  • Carmat reaches agreement with one of its main suppliers and signs sanctioned conciliation agreementJones Day advised the French medtech Carmat in connection with its negotiations with one of its main suppliers, Vignal Artru Industries, which was facing difficulties and was subject to an amicable procedure.