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Steering Legal ranked Excellent in Mergers and Acquisitions by Decision Makers for 2019

The firm is ranked  Excellent  for its expertise in Mergers and Acquisitions, in the category of transactions up to €75 million, by the 2019 ranking of Décideurs magazine.

Excerpt from the editorial:

Track record: advising both large listed groups – notably some major players in the automotive and construction sectors – and SMEs, the team worked with Agiliteam, a specialist in precision machining, during the acquisition of MPC’s stake in its capital, as well as during the LBO carried out by MBO Partenaires on Sequoiasoft.

Differentiation: the firm completes its skills with the arrival of Jean-François Bette in corporate taxation. With a very international positioning, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and South America, the firm is nevertheless very present in often complex French operations, where the experience of the partners is a major asset.

Our Mergers and Acquisitions division, headed by Nuno de Ayala Boaventura and Olivier Guinard, comprises a team of 5 partners (Nuno de Ayala Boaventura, Olivier Guinard, Florian Guais, Alice Billilchi, Jean-François Bette) and 11 associates.

Read the excerpt from the Mergers & Acquisitions Guide 2019, including the global ranking, our editorial and our directory: Steering Legal_Fusions-Acquisitions_2019.

2020-05-14T14:35:26+01:00October 7th, 2019|

The PACTE law: Alice Bellilchi provides an update, in L’Usine nouvelle of 11 July, on the changes in company law

In the article published on July 11, 2019 in L’USINE NOUVELLE, Alice Bellilchi, partner Steering Legal Marseille, reviews the major changes brought by the PACTE law in company law : obligation to appoint a statutory auditor, simplified audit, facilitated current account advances, extended inter-company loans, consideration by companies of social and environmental issues, creation of a sustainability fund, measures to make company operations more flexible (annual accounts, BSPCE, free shares, preference shares …) before concluding :

Often described as a “catch-all” law, the Pacte law has the merit of not adding new obligations to companies and of trying to make their operations more flexible. One would have hoped, however, that the legislator would have gone further along this path of simplification in order to improve their competitiveness.

Read the article on the Covenant Act, L’Usine Nouvelle N° 3619, section on Law, 11 July 2019.

2020-05-14T11:29:22+01:00July 15th, 2019|