Mathis Bredimus practices corporate law with a focus on cross-border M&A and private equity transactions. He has advised clients in various business sectors, including financial services, retail, energy, logistics, and chemicals.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2021, Mathis worked in the Brussels and Luxembourg offices of international law firms, where he assisted, among many others, the corporate ventures arm of Shell on its investment in German freight forwarding start-up InstaFreight; the shareholders of Greek logistics company Makios on H.I.G. Capital's investment in the business; French social protection group APICIL on its acquisition of Luxembourg life insurance company OneLife; Belgian chemicals companies Solvay and Umicore on the sale of their stakes in joint venture SolviCore to Japanese chemicals company Toray; and French cinema operator UGC in connection with the acquisition of Utopolis Belgium from Kinepolis.
Mathis has coauthored a book chapter and several articles published in legal journals on various topics including representations and warranties in share purchase agreements, company director duties, and the EU Market Abuse Regulation.
- Stanford University (LL.M. in Corporate Governance & Practice 2014); University of Göttingen (Exchange Scholarship, 2012); Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve (LL.M. magna cum laude 2012; LL.B. magna cum laude 2010)
- England & Wales (Registered Foreign Lawyer), New York, and Brussels
- German, French, and Luxembourgish