DelphineSauvebois-Brunel

Counsel

Paris + 33.1.56.59.38.43

Delphine Sauvebois-Brunel has practiced in the areas of corporate and business law for 10 years. She focuses on industrial M&A transactions for listed and non-listed domestic and cross-border clients. She also advises on general corporate matters.

Delphine has acted for a variety of corporate clients on transactions including acquisitions, disposals, reorganizations, and joint ventures. She negotiates many types of agreements, including sale and purchase, shareholders, and industrial and commercial.

Delphine predominantly represents clients in the banking and energy sectors. Most notably, she has advised: Société Générale in the sales of several subsidiaries in Eastern Europe; My Money Bank in the sale of its automotive financing activity in mainland France to Financo, a member of Arkea group; Areva (now Orano) in the sale of Canberra; and Total, Framatome, and EDF in various transactions.

Experience

  • Total Quadran sold 50% stake in two holding companies holding wind and solar assets in France to la Caisse des Dépôts et ConsignationsJones Day advised Total Quadran in the sale by the Quadran group, which is part of the Total group, of a 50% stake in two holding companies holding a portfolio of wind and solar assets in France, to la Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations.
  • Société Générale sold SKB Banka (Slovenia) and its subsidiaries to OTP BankJones Day advised Société Générale in the sale to OTP Bank Nyrt. of its shareholding in the share capital of its subsidiary specializing in retail banking, SKB Banka d.d. Ljubljana (Slovenia), and of its subsidiaries SKB Leasing d.o.o. and SKB Leasing Select d.o.o.
  • Société Générale sells Societe Generale Serbia and Sogelease Serbia to OTP BankJones Day advised Société Générale in the sale of 100% of the shares in its subsidiary Societe Generale Serbia (SGS) and Sogelease Serbia to OTP Bank Nyrt., including the indirect sale of 100% of the shares in SG Leasing (SGS' wholly owned subsidiary dedicated to leasing activities).
  • Société Générale sells its majority stake in Mobiasbanca Societe Generale (Moldova) to OTP BankJones Day advised Société Générale in the sale of its majority stake in Mobiasbanca Societe Generale (Moldova) to OTP Bank Nyrt, the leading Hungarian bank.
  • Société Générale sells Societe Generale Montenegro to OTP BankJones Day advised Société Générale in the sale of Societe Generale Montenegro to OTP Bank.
  • My Money Bank sells auto loans activity in mainland France to FinancoJones Day advised My Money Bank (formerly GE Money Bank) in connection with the sale of its auto loans activity in mainland France to Financo, an affiliate of Arkea Group.
  • Investment firm acquires building in Levallois-PerretJones Day advised an investment firm in a joint venture comprised of two investors in the acquisition of a building located in Levallois-Perret.
  • AURELIUS sells Getronics Group for €220 million (US$251.3 million)Jones Day advised AURELIUS Equity Opportunities SE & Co. KGaA on the sale of its subsidiary Getronics to strategic investor Bottega Invest Co S.à.r.l. for €220 million (US$251.3 million) (enterprise value).
  • Timken acquires Groeneveld Group for $280 millionJones Day advised The Timken Company in its $280 million acquisition of Groeneveld Group, a leading provider of automatic lubrication solutions used in on- and off-highway applications.
  • Société Générale disposes of Splitska Banka to OTP Banka HrvatskaJones Day advised Société Générale in its sale of the Splitska Banka group (Croatia) to OTP Bank.
  • Bridgestone acquires Speedy FranceJones Day advised Bridgestone EMEA in its acquisition of Speedy France, a leading car service retail company and one of the most important tyre networks in France.
  • AREVA sells subsidiary Canberra to Mirion-CharterhouseJones Day represented AREVA in the sale of its subsidiary, Canberra, a leading provider of innovative and cost-effective nuclear instrumentation solutions, to Mirion-Charterhouse.
  • Total acquires 70 percent interest in V EnergyJones Day advised Total Marketing Services regarding the acquisition of a majority 70 percent interest in V Energy, the Dominican Republic's leading fuel retailer.
  • Additional Publications

    • Mai-Juin 2020
      Les spécificités du secteur bancaire et leurs impacts dans les opérations de M&A, Fusions & Acquisitions Magazine
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