Benoît was previously Corporate Secretary of the CIRI, the Interministerial Committee on Industrial Restructuring, which during the crisis of 2008 successfully rescued and restructured some thirty industrial groups in various sectors (aeronautics, agri-food, automotive, capital goods and transport).
He was also head of the office for the financing and development of enterprises in the Treasury department. Prior to that, Benoît was a controlling director with the Prudential Control Authority and with the AMF (French SEC).
Benoît is a graduate of the École Polytechnique and a Corps des Mines engineer, as well as holding a diploma from ENSAE and being a qualified actuary.
He previously worked as an Investment Manager with mid-market LBO fund Activa Capital, which he joined in 2007, Julien was involved in the acquisition, follow-up or sale of Françoise Saget Linvosges, BFI Optilas and Sport 2000.
Julien started his career in 2001 as an auditor with KPMG before working as a consultant from 2005 to 2007 in the Transaction Advisory Services department of Ernst & Young, where he carried out financial due diligence and corporate restructuring assignments for respectively LBO funds and special situation funds. Julien is a graduate of ESSEC Business School and is a qualified accountant (he has passed the intermediate exams for the French chartered accountant diploma).
He previously worked as a Consultant with the Paris office of L.E.K. during four years. Réjean was involved in strategic due diligences (both buyer and vendor) in particular working for Private Equity funds, and development and growth assignments for major corporates.
Previously, he was an analyst with the Paris office of Advent International (a large-cap LBO private equity fund).
Réjean is a graduate of HEC Paris.
Brice gathered a solid experience in complex situations and private equity investments, focusing on atypical situations, with strong transactional and operational thesis. He successfully invested in and contributed to reorganise, reposition and grow a number of companies, in close collaboration with management teams.
Prior to that, Brice spent four years at ABN Amro and CDC Ixis in financial engineering and principal investments. Brice started his career at PE firm Paribas Affaires Industrielles.
Brice is a graduate from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and holds a MSc from UC Berkeley.
Charlotte has a broad experience in the setup and/or structuring of both compliance and financial and administrative management functions.
She holds a degree from Paris-Dauphine University.
Anne-Laure previously spent three years as an Investment Associate with Butler Industries. She took part in the process of acquiring businesses under receivership, monitoring their operational and financial progress, and was involved in developing their activity internationally.
She had previously gained experience of mergers and acquisitions as part of the execution team of Crédit Agricole CIB.
Anne-Laure holds a Master of Management Science degree from Dauphine University and a Master in Financial Techniques from ESSEC Business School.
Previously an Associate with the Paris-based financial advisory firm Accuracy, Jules was involved in financial restructuring and due diligence assignments on both the buyer and vendor sides on behalf of private equity funds and industrial groups. He also worked at Messier Partners, as a financial analyst.
Jules is a graduate of ESCP Europe Business School.
For more than two years, Thibaut held the position of M&A analyst with Mediobanca. In particular he worked on the sale of Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations’ stake in the Sanef Group and took part in several transactions in the healthcare, telecommunications and services sectors.
Prior to that, Thibaut had gained experience in M&A with Messier Maris & Associés and in the Finance Division of TBWA Worldwide in New York.
Thibaut is a graduate of HEC Paris.
She previously spent three years working in the Private Equity team at Tikehau Capital, specializing in the support and development of French and European SMEs. She was involved in the execution and follow-up of several transactions notably in financial services, industrial and consumer sectors.
Clémence is a graduate of ESSEC Business School.
He previously spent nearly three years working for financial advisers Accuracy, where he accompanied his European clients through purchase and sale transactions, cash forecasting, litigation and cases of fraud. In the course of his assignments he had the opportunity of being involved in a variety of sectors such as luxury goods, manufacturing, real estate and services.
Alexandre has also gained experience in financial analysis with JC Decaux in Dubai as well as in private equity with Butler Industries, and set up a start-up company fuel delivery business.
Alexandre is a graduate of HEC Paris.
Pierranne is a graduate of lycée Maurice Ravel.