Hadrien Servais

Partner, Brussels



Hadrien Servais represents major commercial and investment banks, private equity investors and corporates in a wide range of leveraged, corporate finance and project finance transactions, including domestic and cross-border acquisition financings (with particular experience on TLB and cov lite deals), investment-grade facilities, asset-based and real estate financings, restructurings and infrastructure financings.

Hadrien splits his time between London and Brussels and is praised by his clients for his hands-on and pragmatic approach. He has been recognized as a Next Generation Lawyer by Legal500 and a Rising Star by IFLR1000.

Before joining White & Case, Hadrien worked in the New York and London offices of two leading international law firms.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
1st in class
New York University
Degree in Law, summa cum laude
Catholic University of Louvain




JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, Rabobank and ABN Amro on the 2.03 billion term loan B for the acquisition of Cott's bottling business by Refresco.

A syndicate of banks led by Barclays and JP Morgan on the €2.3 billion financing for the acquisition of Swissport by Chinese conglomerate HNA.

Bridgepoint in connection with a large syndicated credit facility for their acquisition of Element Materials.

Barclays as sole arranger on its £550 million certain funds NY law-governed senior bridge credit facility to UK-based Delphi Automotive PLC and its US subsidiary Delphi Corporation for Delphi’s £1.07 billion acquisition of FTSE 250 company HellermanTyton Group PLC.

FountainVest Partners in connection with a $600 million financing for the acquisition of Key Safety Systems.

Barclays and JP Morgan on A $1.60 billion cross-border financing for chemical company Styrolution.

Barclays and Bank of America on a $2.75 billion term loan for the attempted acquisition of Office Depot by Staples.

Jefferies on the $1.05 billion first lien / second lien financing for the acquisition of TransFirst by Vista Equity Partners.

Citibank in connection with a $1.30 billion financing for Del Monte Corporation.