Anne Sauvebois-Brunel is an associate in the Real Estate Department of White & Case in Paris.
She concentrates in both private and public real estate law; she is involved in real estate sales transactions, commercial leases, construction contracts, administrative authorizations and environmental law. She advises both French and foreign companies.
Prior to joining White & Case, she was an intern in several high profile law firms in Paris.
Representation of Allianz Global Investors on the acquisition of a portfolio of six existing onshore wind farms in France from DIF Renewable Energy Fund. (2016)
Representation of Meyer Bergman, a European real estate investment and fund management firm, in the acquisition of a portfolio of 38 French properties through one of its pan-European funds. The portfolio, comprising high street properties, retail parks, mixed-use properties and shopping galleries, was acquired from institutional investors for more than €100 million. (2016)
Representation of Credit Agricole Assurances in connection with the acquisition of an office building owned by Wereldhave. (2015)