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Amaël Beauvallet

Associate
Paris

Amaël Beauvallet

Amaël Beauvallet joined the Banking and Finance department in January 2013. He also is a CIFRE PhD Candidate at Panthéon-Assas University and conducts research on innovative funding mechanisms for infrastructure projects.

He focuses on project and public finance transactions; domestic and international acquisition finance and real estate finance. Amaël advises major French and foreign banks (including multilateral development institutions) in their capacity as agents, arrangers and lenders.

Areas of Focus

Representative Experience

Advising a pool of lenders in the financing of an electric power plant in Senegal (2013).

Advising a pool of development banks in financing the construction of a new international airport in Dakar, Senegal (2013).

Advising Crédit Agricole Centre Loire and SG CIB in connection with €870m syndicated term and revolving facilities and a €250.7m FranceAgriMer facility to Axéréal.

Advising a pool of 17 banks in relation to a EUR1,100,000,000 multi-currency revolving credit facility for the benefit of Rexel (2013).

Advising BNP Paribas in connection with a facility to a French gas retailer (2013).

Advising BNP Paribas for the financing of investments and the refinancing of an existing debt by a press media group (2013).

Advising the Republic of Niger in connection with a master facility agreement with The Export-Import Bank of China to finance infrastructure projects.

Education and admissions

Education

  • C.A.P.A., 2013
  • LLM in International Business Law, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2012
  • LLM in Business Law of Arab Countries, Université Paris II, Panthéon-Assas, 2011
  • Master 2 in Law of Arab Countries, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2011

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