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Mr Arnaud Arrecgros
Arnaud is a partner in Maples and Calder (Luxembourg)‘s Finance team at the Maples Group. He has extensive experience in cross border financing and banking transactions, including corporate debt facilities, acquisition, asset and real estate financing and restructurings, funds financing in connection with the setting up of bridge and capital commitment facilities, securitizations, as well as capital markets matters. He represents both borrowers (including private equity and hedge funds) and lenders on lending transactions and all types of secured transactions, advising in particular on the setting up of security packages and issues surrounding collateral in the context of debt restructuring transactions.
Arnaud joined the Maples Group in 2018. He was previously a partner in the Banking & Finance group at AMMC Law and, prior to that, practised for several years at major law firms in Luxembourg, including independent and Magic Circle firms.
Arnaud is recommended by Legal 500, where he is described as, “very reliable and provides good quality, timely advice” and has a “strong capability in cross-border transactions and his availability to assist with urgent client matters at any time of day or night.”
Arnaud teaches a course dedicated to securities and financial services law for graduate students at the Nancy University School of Law.
Boston University School of Law, LL.M. in American Law, 2004
University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas, DESS in Business Law from the Magistère de Juriste d’Affaires, 2003
Praised for its ‘efficiency and strength in executing complex cross-border transactions‘, Maples and Calder (Luxembourg) SARL‘s three-strong team acts for both lenders and borrowers across a range of banking and structured finance transactions. ‘Very technical and knowledgeable‘ team head Arnaud Arrecgros takes the lead on the majority of the office’s banking mandates, including a significant number of fund finance matters.