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Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.
15 rue de Laborde
Paris
75008
France
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Work Department

Mergers & Acquisitions / Corporate

Position

Nadège Nguyen is a partner in Gide’s Mergers-Acquisitions / Corporate practice group.  Her practice covers domestic and cross-border acquisitions and corporate matters, in particular in the industrial, hotel and agribusiness, food & beverage sectors, as well as private equity.

Nadège Nguyen recently advised KPS Capital Partners on the acquisition of Winoa and AccorHotels in relation to its joint venture with SNCF on the brand Orient Express. She also advises on a regular basis Pernod Ricard, Air France and Econocom.

Nadège has been elected Chair of Lex Mundi in 2013 and has recently been reelected as member of Gide’s Management Committee.

Languages

English, French

Lawyer Rankings

Paris > Fusions-acquisitions

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. est l’un des acteurs du marché parmi les plus actifs grâce à un large effectif et un important flux d’opérations de dimensions nationale et internationale. Le cabinet intervient sur tous les différents segments du marché et particulièrement dans des opérations de moyenne et large envergures. Il s’illustre par sa présence dans de nombreux secteurs et affiche une bonne capacité internationale à travers ses bureaux étrangers situés en Amérique, au Moyen-Orient, en Afrique, en Asie et en Europe Centrale et Orientale. L’équipe compte pour principaux intervenants: Olivier Diaz qui dirige la pratique, Charles de RealsDidier MartinGuillaume Rougier-BrierreNadège NguyenJean-Gabriel FlandroisThomas UrlacherAlexis PailleretAxelle ToulemondeChristophe Eck et Antoine Lelong. Jean-François Louit et Caroline Lan  (ex Mayer Brown  sont venus renforcer les rangs du cabinet en Septembre 2019.

France > Mergers and acquisitions

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. remains one of the most active teams in the market thanks to its strength in domestic and cross-border work and the depth of its bench. The group is active across all market segments, with a particularly busy caseload in the upper mid-cap and large-cap range. The French firm has a wide sectorial range and an international footprint, with offices in the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia as well as in Central and Eastern Europe. Practice head Olivier Diaz, Charles de RealsDidier Martin, Guillaume Rougier-Brierre, Nadège NguyenJean-Gabriel Flandrois, Thomas Urlacher, Alexis Pailleret, Axelle Toulemonde, Christophe Eck and Antoine Lelong are key contacts. Jean-Francois Louit and Caroline Lan joined from Mayer Brown in September 2019.