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Winston & Strawn LLP
75008 PARIS

Work Department

Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions


Partner – Capital Markets


Specialized in mergers and acquisitions and securities law, Annie Maudouit-Ridde has been advising private and listed companies and their shareholders, as well as investors for more than 10 years on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, mergers of equals, and strategic alliances. Annie has extensive experience with advising on M&A transactions involving listed companies (takeover bids, share exchanges and mergers) and on capital market transactions (IPOs, private placements, and complex equity-linked securities issuances). She has also assisted SPACs, their sponsors, and underwriters in connection with SPAC IPOs, as well as SPACs and targets in the context of business combinations. She regularly advises listed companies, board members, and shareholders on matters relating to corporate governance and employee shareholding.

Lawyer Rankings

France > Capital markets: equity capital markets

Winston & Strawn LLP has a notable track record advising issuers, underwriters, institutional investors and shareholders, on matters ranging from IPOs, reserved capital increases and private placements to equity lines and private investments in public equity. The team is led by Jérôme Herbet, a banking regulatory specialist, and Annie Maudouit-Ridde, who has expertise in SPACs.

Paris > Marchés de capitaux: Actions

Winston & Strawn LLP conseille des émetteurs, des banques, des investisseurs institutionnels et des actionnaires sur un large ensemble d’opérations : introductions en bourse, augmentations de capital, placements privés. La pratique est codirigée par Jérôme Herbet qui est un spécialiste de la réglementation bancaire, et Annie Maudouit-Ridde qui est experte des SPACS.

Comparative Guides

France: Mergers & Acquisitions March 2023 This country-specific Q&A provides an overview of Mergers & Acquisitions laws and regulations applicable in France.