Matthieu BRINGER Partner
Matthieu Bringer assists clients principally in respect of their corporate transactions. He also advises them vis-à-vis banks when circumstances lead them to finance assets or acquisitions of companies. Finally, as a useful adjunct expertise, he is in a position to supervise the drafting and submission of a take-over bid aimed at a bankrupt company or its assets before a commercial court.
His clients are mainly small to medium-sized corporates, often with an international shareholding. For these clients, his French-US legal background is a real asset. Indeed, it allows him to efficiently report to, and communicate with the client, in order to bring a deal to a happy conclusion, notwithstanding cultural gaps.
He also advises high net worth families from beginning to end for their investments in companies.
Matthieu strives to offer legal advice that has also business sense or, as a minimum, common sense. He strongly believes in short and practically-minded written advice, rather than in lengthy lessons of law that a client will never read.
His clients’ business specialties are varied and go from the building and construction industry to connectors’ manufacturing, publishing, robotics, industrial engineering and the agri-food sector.
- Admitted to the New York Bar, 1995
- New York University School of Law, LLM in Corporations’ Law, 1993
- Master 2 (Master's degree year 2), International Private Law, International Commercial Law, 1990
- Paris II Panthéon-Assas and Paris I Sorbonne, Faculty of Law, 1989
Associations / Outside commitments
- AmCham (American Chamber of Commerce in France)