Mrs Catherine Baflast > PwC Legal Luxembourg > Luxembourg, Luxembourg > Lawyer Profile
PwC Legal Luxembourg Offices
BATIMENT CRYSTAL PARK
2, RUE GERHARD MERCATOR
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Mrs Catherine Baflast
Corporate including M&A, Private Equity, Corporate Structuring, Real Estate and Commercial Contracts
Catherine is the partner leading the Corporate practice of PwC Legal (Luxembourg) and has an extensive experience in advising private equity clients in the setting-up, acquisition or sale of investments structures, targets or joint ventures. Her practice covers a broad spectrum of corporate and transactional matters involving both international and domestic real estate deals as well structuring, financing of leverage and management buy-out transactions, domestic and cross-border mergers, corporate reorganisations, management teams and corporate governance matters. Catherine is also well versed in assisting operational companies running their activities in Luxembourg.
Catherine is a member of the board of PwC Legal (Luxembourg) and Head of the risk management
French, English, German.
Catherine is member of the Luxembourg Bar (2004).
Law degree in private law, Robert Schuman University, Strasbourg (France), 1995.
Benefiting from excellent local knowledge and also able to leverage vast resources throughout the global PwC network, the ‘efficient’ team at PwC Legal Luxembourg is well-positioned to advise sponsor clients on the Luxembourg structuring necessary to facilitate their cross-border acquisitions and exits. Catherine Baflast is the primary contact for private equity-led M&A mandates.
Acting on its own, and also able to access the vast resources across the firm’s extensive global resources, PwC Legal Luxembourg‘s four-partner team is well-positioned to provide both day-to-day corporate advisory assistance, as well as to advise clients on M&A transactions.Catherine Baflast heads up the overarching practice, and as well as her transactional capabilities, also regularly provides corporate governance input, as well as helping to secure the necessary licences for companies to establish operations in the country. Jean-Philippe Smeets left the firm.