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Delphin Boucher is an associate in the Corporate/M&A Department of White & Case in Paris.
He is involved in corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, restructurings and other corporate law projects. He advises both French and foreign, listed and non-listed, companies as well as investment funds.
Prior to joining White & Case in April 2015, he was an associate in a high profile law firm in Paris.
Basalt Infrastructure Partners LP on its acquisition of 100 per cent of the ownership interest in COMAX France S.A.S from Maxim Power Corp.
Representation of Synthos S.A., one of the largest manufacturers of chemical raw materials in Poland and Europe's leading manufacturer of emulsion rubbers, on the acquisition from INEOS Enterprises of the INEOS Styrenics business, a leading producer of high quality expandable polystyrene for the building, construction and packaging industries.
Represented Access Capital Partners in its equity investment in Ocealliance-Mariteam, the European leader in the fish trade industry, in the context of the acquisition by Ocealliance-Mariteam of Alliomer from Pomona.
Advising Store Electronic System (SES) on a number of matters including on the acquisition of Findbox in Germany; on the acquisition of Pervasive Displays, an E-ink display provider, in Taiwan; as well as on the financial and strategic partnership with Austrian start-up iMAGOTAG.SES, a pioneer of electronic shelf labelling for the retail sector.
Representation of a syndicate of banks (Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan, Société Générale) on the initial public offering of Mediawan on the regulated market of Euronext Paris.
Representation of Arval, a fully owned subsidiary of BNP Paribas specializing in full service vehicle leasing, in connection with the acquisition of GE Capital's European fleet management activity. The scope of this acquisition covers more than 160,000 vehicles in 12 European countries, the vehicles assets amount to €2.4 billion.
Representation of Almacenes Éxito in the acquisitions of a 50% stake in the French company Ségisor, which indirectly controls GPA for approximately USD 1.4 billion, and of a 18.8% stake in in Companhia Brasileira de Distribuicaos from Casino Guichard Perrachon SA.