Camille is Of Counsel in our Corporate team in Paris.
Camille assists both French and foreign clients in public and private M&A, joint ventures, stock exchange law, capital market transactions, corporate governance and group reorganisations. She acts for French and foreign clients on domestic and cross border matters.
She is a member of the Paris Bar and joined Herbert Smith Freehills in 2013.
Of French mother tongue, Camille is fluent in English.
Camille graduated from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Strasbourg (Economics and Finance). She also holds a Master II in Business Law from the University of Strasbourg (Banking and Financial Law).
Experience & expertise
- SoftBank Robotics Group Corp. on the sale of its French subsidiary SoftBank Robotics Europe (a leader in humanoid robotics) to the German company United Robotics Group
- Generali on the acquisition of La Médicale, Crédit Agricole Assurances' insurance subsidiary for healthcare professionals
- CFAO Group (a key player in mobility, healthcare, consumer goods, infrastructure and energy) on several sales of their shareholdings in companies located in France and abroad
- Altran Technologies (a world leading provider of Engineering and R&D services listed on Euronext Paris) on the €4.8 billion takeover offer launched by Capgemini
- April (a French insurer listed on Euronext Paris) on the €900 million takeover offer launched by CVC Capital Partners
- Willis Towers Watson (a leading global advisory, broking, and solutions company in risk management) on the sale of its shareholdings in businesses in 15 African markets
- Bureau Veritas (global leader in testing, inspection and certification services) on the group's internal reorganisation in France
- Etablissements Maurel & Prom on its merger with MPI, both companies being listed on Euronext in Paris
- Spie batignolles on the acquisition of a majority stake in several medium companies in the building and construction sector
- BNP Paribas Personal Finance on the reorganisation of its operations in France and in various European countries following the acquisition of the 50% of the share capital of LaSer Cofinoga