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Nathalie advises companies and investors on M&A, LBO's and other corporate law concerns, both in France and internationally.
Her M&A knowledge is matched by her experience in private equity and stock exchange related transactions, including tender offers, initial public offerings, and issuing of equity or debt securities.
She is able to support firms through corporate restructurings and distressed M&A transactions, offering help with equity reorganizations or debt-for-control restructuring, including during insolvency or pre-insolvency proceedings.
Nathalie has handled multi-million Euro transactions for major companies, including some landmark deals, and a number of cross-border projects.
Representation of Equens SE, one of the largest payment service providers in Europe, on a strategic business combination with the European market leader in payment and transactional services, Worldline SA. (2015)
Advising Faurecia, one of the world's largest automotive equipment suppliers, on the proposed sale of its Automotive Exteriors business to Plastic Omnium. (2015)
Representation of Toshiba Medial Systems in connection with the acquisition of Olea Medical. (2015)
Advising SmartBox on corporate representations and recent M&A matters. (2013-2016)
Representation of Store Electronic Systems (SES), pioneer of electronic shelf labeling for the retail sector, in connection with his financial and strategic partnership with the Austrian start-up iMAGOTAG. SES. (2014)
Advising KKR on the acquisition of Winoa Group, the global leader in steel abrasives, from LBO France. (2014)
Advising BC Partners on the €990m acquisition of Allflex, the world's leading manufacturer and distributor of plastic and electronic animal identification tags, from Electra Partners. (2013)
Advising FCOF (François Charles Oberthur Fiduciaire) in connection with its disposal of the Card Systems and Identity Divisions of Oberthur Technologies to Advent International. This transaction is a Landmark large-cap LBO (€1.15 billion) on French M&A market for second semester 2011. The particularly complex structure of the transaction required a mix of industrial M&A and private equity expertise. (November 2011)
Advising Carlyle on its acquisition of Sagemcom, a French high-technology company with international dimension (6,000 employees worldwide) operating in broadband, telecommunications and energy markets. (August 2011)
Advice to the senior lenders on corporate aspects associated with the financing of the acquisition of the chemistry group Novacap by AXA Private Equity from Bain Capital. Novacap is a diversified group headquartered in France, producing and selling mineral and organic chemical products, with a turnover of €470 million in 2010. It employs around 470 people across its industrial units. (2011)
Advising BC Partners on several transactions including the acquisition of Spotless group in April 2010 and the following build-up (acquisition of Sara Lee's European "Insecticides" business) which needed the coordination in 8 European countries.
The acquisition by Gilde of Novasep in January 2007 and subsequent build-up acquisitions completed by Novasep from 2007 to 2009.