Mergers and Acquisitions / Private Equity

Our objective: to secure and optimize your strategic transactions

Our team of five partners specializing in mergers and acquisitions and private equity is dedicated to assisting you in the analysis and processing of your equity transactions, with the aim of successfully completing your projects and creating value.

We offer our expertise to a wide range of clients, from start-ups to multinationals, whether listed or not specializing in transactions such as acquisitions, disposals, mergers, contributions or fundraising. Major industrial groups, investment funds and many technology companies all form part of our roster of clients.

Our team has an excellent understanding of economics, due to their training at leading business schools (such as HEC and ESSEC), prestigious French and foreign universities and their work experience at renowned companies (IBM, Crédit Lyonnais, Groupe Casino, etc.). This experience enriches our expertise. We are also able to assist you in financial market operations (IPO, securities issues, etc.).

As our associates have a close working relationship, allowing the Mergers & Acquisitions / Private Equity team to call on the support of the firm’s lawyers specializing in tax, employment, IP/IT or real estate law in order to provide a comprehensive response.

Lawyers in charge of the practice


BG2V has a team of a dozen lawyers who assist SMEs, French and international companies, investment funds and start-ups, including several major players in the fields of services, media and sport. M6, CDC, Pleiade Investment, RGreen, Newfund, Innovafonds, NextStage, MD Start, Siparex, IVC Evidensia France, Kharis Capital, O’Tacos and Générale du Solaire are a representative sample. The firm handles around thirty mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions per year. The team is co-directed by Hervé de Kervasdoué, Roland Guény, Stanislas Richoillez, Camille de Verdelhan and Jérôme Albertin. It can rely on good additional litigation expertise in corporate law and shareholder disputes.

— Legal 500 Paris – Edition 2020