Franck Dupret

Franck Dupret


Email [email protected]​

Phone +33 1 53 67 18 13

Fax +33 1 53 67 47 48

LanguagesEnglish, French

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

'The Paris Financial Institutions team is noted for being 'very efficient' and delivering 'sound', 'complete' and 'easy to understand advice''

Legal 500 EMEA 2013/2014, France – Insurance

Franck Dupret is counsel in the firm's Paris office and a member of the Financial Institutions Group within the Corporate practice. He provides corporate and regulatory advice to financial services and insurance industry clients.

Franck advises French and foreign financial institutions (banks, e-money and payment institutions, investment services providers, insurers/reinsurers and other regulated entities across the financial and insurance services industry) on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions. His practice extends to non-transactional financial services and insurance advice to these institutions on a wide range of legal and regulatory issues relating to their operations in France.

Awards and recognitions


Insurance, Band 1 for "Insurance" in France
Legal 500 EMEA, France


Insurance, Band 1 for "Insurance" in France
Legal 500 EMEA, France

Education and admissions


PhD in Law, University of Montpellier, 2012

Master 2 in European Law, University of Montpellier, 2008

Bar admissions and qualifications


Representative experience

Advising a French financial company member of a leading automotive group on a global reorganisation of the financial services entities of this group in line with CRD IV package. 

Advising a leading French factoring company on the amalgamation (through a cross-border merger) of various EU financial services affiliates (including on a wide range of banking regulatory issues).

Advising one of the world leading insurance groups on the reorganisation of its reinsurance activities in France by means of a merger and its impact on all its activities worldwide.

Advising a leading UK leading financial group on the potential consequences of the Brexit and the modalities under which its credit activity may be entirely transferred in France.

Advising a French credit institution/ factoring company on regulatory issues in relation to the eligibility of a credit insurance policy as a credit risk mitigation technic within the meaning of CRR.

Advising a major EU credit institution setting up business in France with a view to offer consumer credit products in relation to revolving credit and non-regulated products.

Advising a major French credit institution on the  development and distribution of an account information service to be offered in France.

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