Muriel Alhadeff has strong experience in corporate and mergers and acquisitions matters, with a particular focus on cross-border transactions. She represents institutional investors (in both investment and funding transactions) and private and publicly traded companies in both national and cross-border transactions. She is recommended as an M&A lawyer by Legal 500 (2017).
She also has strong experience in banking, structured finance and insolvency related matters. She advises many banks on securitizations, asset back lending, factoring schemes and acquisition finance.
Muriel Alhadeff has advised numerous companies on the purchase of debtors facing financial difficulties and assets of insolvent companies, either during formal insolvency proceedings or through out-of-court proceedings. She is also the author of various publications in the field of bankruptcy, and has been recognised as a Next Generation lawyer in insolvency and restructuring by Chambers (2017). She is also ranked as a leading insolvency and restructuring lawyer by Expert Guides (Euromoney).
Belgian Chapter of "European Insolvency Regulations", Reuters/Aranzadi, 2010, (co-author with Thierry Bosly)
Overview of the Insolvency in Belgium, European Insolvency: the European regulation enforcement, Thomson Reuters/Aranzadi, 2010
L'obligation de retenue imposée par l'ONSS en exécution de l'article 30bis de la loi du 27 juin 1969: codébition ou mesure d'exécution forcée?, Revue du Droit Commercial belge, Larcier, 2010
Belgium: Legislation brings flexibility, Crediflux, December 2009, (co-author with Thierry Bosly)
Les nouvelles règles applicables à la procédure de vérification des créances en cas de faillite, Journal des Tribunaux, 2006, (co-author)