Beylouni Carbasse Guény Valot Vernet
10, rue Lincoln
Telephone: +33 1 48 88 60 60
Fax: +33 1 48 88 60 65
Line 1: George V station or Franklin Roosevelt
Line 9: Franklin Roosevelt
Line 13: Champs Elysées Clémenceau
Line A: Charles de Gaulle Etoile
Line n°73 – 32
Champs-Élysées George V
Avenue George V
Avenue des Champs-Élysées (at the corner of Pierre Charron Street)
At number 41 of François 1st Street
44 avenue George V - 75008 Paris
Station n°8041: 16 rue de Lincoln - 75008 Paris
Station n° 8105: 56 Rue François 1er - 75008 Paris
From Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport:
RER B: Denfert-Rochereau + Line 6: Trocadéro
Or Roissybus - Opéra + Line 9: Havre-Caumartin – Trocadéro
From Orly Airport:
Orlybus: Denfert-Rochereau + Line 6: Denfert – Trocadéro
July 2018. The parties to this sales project have announced that they were entering into exclusive negotiations. BG2V (Hervé de Kervasdoué, Guillaume de Saint Sernin, partners, and Jérôme Albertin, counsel) is assisting M6 in its sale to the American private equity fund General American Capital Partners (GACP) of 100% of FC Girondins de Bordeaux.
July 2018. BG2V advised Newfund, a French investment fund, for Establissements Peugeot Frères’s acquisition of a majority of the capital of Monbento, a French brand specialized in the design and distribution of meal boxes, insulated containers and canteens.
July 2018. BG2V has been recommended by the Legal 500 Paris in its latest edition (July 2018) in in the following 6 practice areas: Dispute resolution - Commercial litigation; Dispute resolution - White-collar crime; Employment; Mergers & acquisitions; Real estate; Tax. In addition, Karim Beylouni has been recognised as a “Next generation lawyer” in white-collar crime. To know more: http://www.preview.legal500.fr/firms/16874-bg2v/21898-paris-france
July 2018. Jérôme Albertin, a lawyer since 2009, is appointed as counsel in the Mergers & Acquisitions / Private Equity Department of BG2V.
June 2018. BG2V assisted O’Tacos, a fast food restaurant chain, the leader of French tacos, for the investment by the Belgian investment fund Kharis Capital, specialized in the restaurant sector, and notably known for holding the Burger King master franchise in Italy, Poland, Belgium and Luxembourg, and the around one hundred Quick restaurants located in Belgium and Luxembourg.