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Caroline Ledoux

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Caroline Ledoux is a partner in the corporate/M&A practice of the firm’s Paris office where she focuses her practice on domestic and cross-border transactions including mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, and joint ventures.

Caroline Ledoux regularly advises financials institutions on their own-account M&A transactions, as well as investors and industrial companies in the energy sector, in particular companies active in the electricity, gas and renewable energy segments.

She also has substantial experience in corporate litigation matters such as shareholders’ disputes and directors’ liability litigation.

Professional Background

Prior to joining K&L Gates, Ms. Ledoux was counsel in the Paris office of a major global law firm.

Professional/Civic Activities

  • Member of the association of former students of IHFI (Institut de Haute Finance – cercle Turgot)
  • Barclays Banks Plc, acting as financial expert together with Deutsche Bank AG and Rothschild & Cie, in relation to a share valuation assessment of LaSer
  • CDC International Capital on the launch of a EUR 300 million French focused co-investment platform between CDC International Capital and Mubadala Development Company. *
  • Caisse des dépôts et consignation (CDC), the French sovereign fund, on its investment in the French cloud computing JV Numergy with Bull and SFR. *
  • CDC Infrastructure on its investment in a portfolio of photovoltaic projects in Italy with the asset management fund Foresight Solar VCT (Lux) 2 S.a.r.l. and VEI Green S.r.l. *
  • Société Générale Énergie in relation to the sale of its stake in Orbeo to Rhodia Energy (Solvay group). *
  • Société Générale in the disposal of its stake in National Société Générale Bank (Egypt) to QNB Group, the largest financial institution in the State of Qatar and the MENA region, for EUR1.955 billion*
  • Société Générale  on the disposal of its private banking business in Asia, as well as a part of its private banking business in Dubai and a part of its trust business in Singapore to DBS Bank for USD 220 million*
* Prior firm experience