Clémence Helfer focuses her practice on the legal and tax structuring of investment funds, primarily private equity, infrastructure, debt, co-investment, and dedicated funds as well as funds of funds. She advises management companies and investment service providers on incorporation, approval and monitoring in connection with their activities, and relationships with the AMF (the French financial markets authority) and the ACPR (the French prudential supervision and resolution authority).
Clémence also assists French and foreign limited partners in the due diligence and negotiation of charter documents of investment vehicles and on carried-interest schemes for management teams and for marketing of financial instruments.
- French Bar School of Paris (CAPA 2023); Fordham University (LL.M in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law 2020); University of Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne (Master's in Financial Law 2021)
- French and English