Nathalie Nègre-Eveillard | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Nathalie Negre-Eveillard
Nathalie Negre-Eveillard

Nathalie Nègre-Eveillard

Partner, Paris

T +33 1 55 04 15 63

T +33 1 55 04 15 15

E nnegre@whitecase.com

Overview

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.

Bars and Courts

  • Paris Bar

Education

  • Master in Business Law, Université Paris XI, Jean Monnet
  • Master in Management, École des Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC), Paris

Languages

  • French
  • English

Experience

SES-imagotag (2014, 2017)

Representation of SES-imagotag, a specialist in digital solutions for retail commerce and global leader in smart digital labels, on a number of transactions including on a proposed partnership and transfer of majority stake to BOE Technology Group, for approximately €410 million; on the acquisition of Findbox in Germany; and on the acquisition of Pervasive Displays, an E-ink display provider, in Taiwan.

Smartbox Group Limited (2013, 2017)

Representation of SmartBox Group Limited, the Worldwide leader in the experience gift market, on a number of corporate and M&A matters including on the recent acquisition of Odisseias, in Portugal; and on the 100 percent acquisition of the stock capital of Wish Days, an Italian company operating in the gift box sector.

Faurecia and Parrot Automotive Partnership (2016, 2017)

Representation of Faurecia in relation to its strategic partnership and investment in Parrot Automotive. On March 31, 2017, Faurecia acquired an initial 20% participation in Parrot Automotive through a reserved capital increase based on an enterprise value of €100 million for 100% of Parrot Automotive. At the same time, Faurecia also subscribed to bonds issued by Parrot SA which are convertible into existing shares of Parrot Automotive held by Parrot SA and, in case of conversion, would allow Faurecia to increase its shareholding in Parrot Automotive to 50.01% from 2019. From 2022, Faurecia will also be in a position, through put / call options, to own all of the shares in Parrot Automotive.

Synthos €80 million INEOS Acquisition (2016)

Representation of Synthos SA, one of the largest manufacturers of chemical raw materials in Poland and Europe's leading manufacturer of emulsion rubbers, on the acquisition, worth €80 million, from INEOS Enterprises, of the INEOS Styrenics business, a leading producer of high quality expandable polystyrene for building, construction and packaging industries.

Equens Strategic Business Combination (2016)

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.

Cardif, Predica and Sogécap Acquisition (2016)

Representation of Cardif, Predica and Sogécap in connection with the acquisition of a real estate portfolio composed of healthcare facilities and medical establishments in Germany.

Toshiba Medial Systems Acquisition (2015)

Representation of Toshiba Medial Systems in connection with the acquisition of Olea Medical.

KRR Acquisition of Winoa Group (2014)

Representation of KKR on the acquisition of Winoa Group, the global leader in steel abrasives, from LBO France.

BC Partners Acquisition of Allflex (2013)

Representation of 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.

François Charles Oberthur Fiduciaire (2013)

Representation of 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).