Mr Eric Cartier-Millon > Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.
15 rue de Laborde
Paris
75008
France
Eric Cartier-Millon photo

Work Department

Banking & Finance, Projects Finance & Infrastructure

Position

Eric Cartier-Millon is a partner in the Banking & Finance practice group of Gide Loyrette Nouel. He specialises in structured finance and project finance.

He has experience in the following sectors:

– Structured finance: representing senior lenders and/or mezzanine lenders in LBO finance transactions; he also has wide experience in structured finance, whether or not associated with securitisation transactions;

– Project finance: advising a number of lenders or sponsors in a variety of finance transactions in France, including a paper factory in Golbey, a Daimler-Benz factory in Sarreguemines, the Stade de France and the A 28 motorway;

– Debt rescheduling agreements: advising creditors or the borrower in a number of debt restructuring transactions on behalf of major French listed and non-listed companies;

– Arbitration: representing clients in arbitration proceedings before the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris.

Career

Partner, Gide Loyrette Nouel (1998)
Joins Gide Loyrette Nouel (1990)

Languages

French, English

Education

Admitted to the Paris Bar (1993)
Degree in private law, Paris II University (1988)
Master’s degree in business law, Paris II University (1989)
Postgraduate degree in business law and taxation, Paris II University (1989)

Lawyer Rankings

France > Banking and finance: transactional work

(Hall of Fame)

Eric Cartier-MillonGide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.

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.

France > Insolvency

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. is regularly retained for high-profile matters involving publicly and privately-owned companies. The practice acts for every type of stakeholder, including public bodies, shareholders, debtors and lenders, and offers high-level corporate and finance expertise. The firm is managing several highly sensitive cases involving the public authorities, notably in the energy sector. Its involvement in the Europcar debt restructuring indicates its good reputation in the market. Other core sectors include the retail, hospitality and tourism sectors. Jean-Gabriel Flandrois leads the practice alongside highly regarded finance expert Eric Cartier-Millon.

Paris > Entreprises en difficulté

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.  est régulièrement mandaté pour intervenir dans des dossiers d’envergure, concernant des entreprises cotées ou non cotées. Le cabinet agit pour une large typologie de clients : organismes publics, actionnaires, débiteurs ou prêteurs. La pratique s’appuie sur des expertises complémentaires de haut niveau en corporate et en financement. Le cabinet gère plusieurs dossiers très sensibles impliquant l’état, notamment dans le secteur de l’énergie. Il est intervenu dans la restructuration de la dette d’Europcar et gère aussi des dossiers dans les secteurs de la vente, de l’hôtellerie et du tourisme. La pratique est codirigée par Jean-Gabriel Flandrois et le grand expert en financement Eric Cartier-Millon.

Paris > Banque et finance: Transactions

(Hall of Fame)

Eric Cartier-MillonGide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.

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 .