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.
- Mai-Juin 2020
Les spécificités du secteur bancaire et leurs impacts dans les opérations de M&A, Fusions & Acquisitions Magazine
- University of Paris II-Panthéon Assas (Master II in Business Law 2008); ESCP Europe (Integrated national degree program: Diplôme Grandes Ecoles [France], European Masters in International Management [U.K.], and Diplom Kauffrau [Germany], 2005)
Paris M&A team ranked Band 1 in "Mid-cap M&A" in France by Option Droit & Affaires and among "Favorite Firms" in mid-large cap M&A by Leaders League (Décideurs Magazine) (2018)
Silver Prize in mid-large cap M&A at the Trophées du Droit ceremony in Paris (2018)
Jones Day Paris energy team ranked among the top energy practices in France by Chambers Europe (2017)
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