Mr Rémi Tabbagh > Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.
15 rue de Laborde
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Work Department

Banking & Finance


Rémi Tabbagh is a partner in the Gide Banking & Finance practice group in Paris. He specialises in structured finance, particularly in real estate structured finance transactions. He advises clients (mainly French and foreign credit institutions,  private equity funds) on structuring, drafting, negotiating and restructuring complex debt transactions.

Rémi Tabbagh has broad experience in all types of assets and real estate structured finance transactions, including acquisition financings, construction and development financings,  hotels financings, portfolio and pan-European financings, SIIC and REITs financings, Shariah-compliant financings, real estate financings to be refinanced through the issue of Pfandbriefe, mezzanine financings, restructuring of real estate structured debts, transfer of real estate debts portfolio, and financings of sale & lease-back transactions.


Rémi Tabbagh has recently advised French and foreign credit institutions and/or international investors on major real estate structured finance transactions

– financing the construction of the Triangle Tower

– financing of a portfolio of 5 shopping centres sold by Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield

– financing of the future headquarters of Engie in La Garenne-Colombes

– refinancing of the Ritz Hotel

Partner, Gide Loyrette Nouel (2012)
Joins Gide Loyrette Nouel (2001)


French and English


Admitted to the Paris Bar (2003)
Postgraduate degree (Magistère) in Business Law, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University (2001)
Postgraduate degree (DESS) in banking and finance Law, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University (2001)

Lawyer Rankings

France > Real estate

(Leading individuals: Real estate finance)

Rémi TabbaghGide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.

The ‘highly responsive and dedicated team’ at Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. provides counsel at all stages of the real estate value creation chain, from zoning permits and construction through to sophisticated and tax efficient investment vehicles. The setting up of joint ventures and share-deals, leasing matters, asset-management, structured financing, and downstream investments through both share and asset deals are other core areas. Frédéric Nouel leads a team of acclaimed real estate lawyers: Eric Martin-Impératori, Renaud Baguenault de Puchesse, Christopher Szostak, Hugues MoreauRémi Tabbagh and Laetitia Lemercier. Antoine Mary was promoted to partner in July 2021. Since publication, Kamel Ben Salah left the firm.

France > Banking and finance: transactional work

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.’s team garners client praise for its ‘incomparable expertise in the banking and finance market’. Its offering spans bank lending, structured finance, equity and bond issuances, and derivative products traded both over-the-counter and on regulated exchanges. Focusing on French, English and US law, the group benefits from the local expertise of the firm’s international network. Eric Cartier-Millon has extensive experience of structured finance and project finance, representing major banks, sponsors and corporates in LBO finance transactions. Rémi Tabbagh is highly regarded for his ‘strong expertise in real estate financing and investment’Laetitia Lemercier is another key contact. Jean-Guillaume de Tocqueville left the firm for Jones Day in May 2021. Since publication, Kamel Ben Salah left the firm.

Paris > Banque et finance: Transactions

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.’ dispose d’une «expertise bancaire et financière incomparable». Le champ d’expertises couvre les prêts bancaires, les financements structurés, les émissions d’actions et d’obligations et les produits dérivés. Le département rassemble des expertises en droit français, anglais et américain, et peut s’appuyer sur le réseau international du cabinet.  Kamel Ben-Salah est un expert du financement immobilier.  Eric Cartier-Millon dispose d’une forte expertise sur le segment des financements structurés et du financement de projets. Il assiste de grandes banques, des sponsors et des entreprises dans des opérations de financement LBO. Rémi Tabbagh répond d’une «forte expertise en matière de financement et d’investissement immobilier », quand  Laetitia Lemercier est aussi recommandée. A noter, le départ en mai 2021 de  Jean-Guillaume de Tocqueville pour  Jones Day .

Paris > Immobilier

(Les grands avocats du marché: Financement immobilier)

Rémi TabbaghGide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. dispose d’une « équipe très réactive et dévouée », capable de traiter l’ensemble des problématiques juridiques et fiscales propres au marché immobilier ; de l’obtention des permis de construire à la création de fonds d’investissement. Le champ d’expertises couvre notamment la création de partenariat, la gestion d’actifs, les financements structurés et les opérations d’investissement. La pratique est dirigée par  Frédéric Nouel et comprend de nombreux avocats très réputés: Eric Martin-Impératori, Renaud Baguenault de Puchesse, Christopher Szostak, Hugues MoreauRémi Tabbagh et Laetitia Lemercier. Antoine Mary a été promu associé en juillet 2021.