Matthieu Ollivry is a trial lawyer with a significant focus on financial and banking litigation. Matthieu has litigated a wide variety of banking cases for more than a decade (Madoff disputes, structured loans and derivatives, and litigations between credit institutions/investments funds) and corporate disputes (post-acquisition, conflict between shareholders, bank guarantees, and enforcement).
Matthieu also has experience in criminal business law, investigations, and crisis management. He has assisted numerous companies and their executive officers throughout criminal procedures on various offenses involving money laundering, tax fraud, corruption, and favoritism. In addition, he routinely provides advice on prelitigation, compliance, and negotiations.
Matthieu teaches a course on banking litigation at the Paris Bar School, and he is active in pro bono initiatives.
- University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (Postgraduate degree in Arbitration and Litigation 2004); University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (Postgraduate degree in International Business Law 2003); Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) (Diploma 2001)
- French and English