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Stéphanie Corbière

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The "technically excellent" Stéphanie Corbière is praised for her "flexibility, dedication and good communication skills."

Chambers Europe, France 2020, Banking & Finance

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About Stéphanie Corbière

Avocat à la cour, Stéphanie is a finance partner in our global transactions group and is based in Paris.

She advises private equity funds, financial institutions and corporate clients on leveraged and acquisition finance and debt restructurings.

Stéphanie is fluent in English and French.

Recent work

Stéphanie’s recent experience includes advising:

  • Copeba on the financing of its acquisition of Groupe Climater;
  • Siaci Saint Honoré on the refinancing of its leveraged debt in the context of the merger between Siaci Saint Honoré and Diot, owned by Christian Burrus;
  • Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP on the financing of its acquisition of a majority stake, alongside the management, in Labelium, a leading B2B digital marketing performance consulting agency;
  • Sitel Group on the refinancing of its debt and on the financing of its acquisition of Sykes Company;
  • Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP and its portfolio company Vermeg Group on the refinancing of its debt;
  • Antin Infrastructure Partners and its portfolio entity Almaviva on the refinancing of its leveraged debt;
  • Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP and its portfolio companies, Stark International Lux S.à r.l and SERB SAS on SERB’s pending acquisition of the BTG Specialty Pharmaceuticals business from Boston Scientific Corporation;
  • Antin Infrastructure Partners on the financing of its acquisition of a stake in Babilou Family, Europe’s leading provider of company and community nurseries and major player in Early Years Education throughout the world;
  • Cinven on the financing of its acquisition of INSEEC U;
  • Saur group on the financing of its acquisition of the group by EQT Infrastructure;
  • CCP and its portfolio company Cooper-Vemedia on the refinancing of its leveraged debt and on the financing of its acquisition of pharmaceutical product portfolio from Sanofi;
  • Delachaux on the refinancing of its leveraged debt and on the financing of its acquisition of a majority stake in Frauscher Sensor Technology Group;
  • Sagemcom on the refinancing of its debt;
  • HRA Pharma on the financing of its acquisition of Mederma brand from the German group Merz Pharmaceuticals;
  • Cobepa on the financing of its acquisition of Scalian;
  • Antin Infrastructure Partners on the financing of its acquisition of Idex;
  • Charterhouse Capital Partners on the financing of its acquisition of SIACI Saint-Honoré from Ardian and Rothschild;
  • Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) on the financing of its acquisition of Delachaux;
  • Apax and its portfolio company Europesnacks on the financing of its acquisition of Ibersnacks and on the refinancing of its debt;
  • JC Flowers and CHG Participations and their portfolio company Compagnie Européenne de Crédit, credit brokerage business unit of Financière CEP group on the financing of its acquisition of ACE Crédit, a franchise network specialised in credit brokerage;
  • Astorg and its portfolio company IQEQ on the financing of its acquisition of First Names Group and on the refinancing of the group’s debt;
  • Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) and Ardian in relation to their acquisition and financing of a significant stake in Alvest;
  • Ad Hoc Committee of lenders on the financial restructuring of the AccorInvest group, with c. €1bn new money injected through a combination of new equity and a French state guaranteed loan;
  • The secured RCF creditors on the restructuring of Rallye's indebtedness in the context of safeguard proceedings;
  • The “Enlarged Working Group of creditors” on the restructuring of the EUR 2.7 billion indebtedness of Bourbon; and
  • The funds managed by Avenue Europe International Management L.P., CarVal Investors GB LLP and Marathon Asset Management LP on the restructuring of IKKS.

Qualifications

Education

  • EDHEC Business School (Master in Finance)
  • University of Paris II (Maîtrise in Business and Tax law)

Professional qualifications

  • Admitted to the Paris Bar (2006)