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Fabrice Faure-Dauphin

Partner

Paris

Faure-Dauphin Fabrice
Fabrice Faure-Dauphin

Partner

Paris

Fabrice has a wide ranging experience in the field of structured finance and is responsible for the securitisation and covered bonds activity in Paris.

In this field, he is experienced in a wide range of securitised asset classes (including all types of ABS asset such as consumer and auto loans and dealer floorplan, export finance, CMBS, ABCP structures and pan-European trade receivables), covered bonds structures and also repackaging and complex bank balance sheet funding structures (such as RWA or liquidity driven structures). He also has particular expertise in export finance and ECA backed securitisation, covered bonds and repack structures.

He regularly contributes to legal publications in the field of structure finance and securitisation. He is referenced by major legal directories (including Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and IFLR) as a leading expert in capital markets/structured finance and in securitization.

IFLR1000 2019 :  Highly regarded: Structured Finance & Securitisation

Fabrice Faure-Dauphin is recognised for his skills in structured finance. Sources report: "He is fully aware of the latest developments and is pragmatic about the available business solutions." CHAMBERS & PARTNERS 2018 - France (Capital Markets)

News & insights

News: 15 JANUARY 2020

Allen & Overy advises on Leonard Green and Novo Holdings' acquisition of WCG Clinical

Allen & Overy has advised the lead arrangers and administrative agent on the USD1.045 billion syndicated financing for the acquisition of WCG Clinical by Leonard Green & Partners, L.P. and Novo Holdings A/S. 

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Publications: 13 JANUARY 2020

Paving the way to the UK’s departure from the EU – an overview of the key provisions of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill

Following the Conservative Party’s victory in the UK’s general election in December 2019, the immediate priority for both the UK and the EU27 in relation to Brexit is now the approval, ratification and implementation of the deal agreed at a political level between the European Commission and the UK in October 2019 on the terms of the UK’s departure from the EU (the Withdrawal Agreement).

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Publications: 10 JANUARY 2020

Podcast: The Dutch scheme - How it will work and what it will mean for the European Restructuring market

The Dutch scheme (also known as WHOA), which is set to come into effect later this year, will offer an alternative restructuring tool to the English scheme of arrangement and U.S. Chapter 11 proceedings.  Amsterdam-based restructuring partner Sigrid Jansen and Brechje van der Velden, senior partner in Allen & Overy's Amsterdam office, join London-based restructuring partner Jennifer Marshall to discuss the main features of the Dutch scheme and how it compares to the English scheme of arrangement.  

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News: 09 JANUARY 2020

Allen & Overy advises John Laing on its AUD51.5m investment in a waste to energy plant in Western Australia

Allen & Overy has advised John Laing Group plc (John Laing) on its AUD51.5 million investment in the East Rockingham Resource Recovery Facility in Perth, Australia.

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Office

Paris

Allen & Overy LLP
52 avenue Hoche
75008 Paris

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted to the Bar, Paris, 1998

Academic

Master, International Business, University of Paris IX Dauphine, 1995

Master, Contract Law, University of Paris XI Sceaux, 1994

Graduate Degree, Business Law, University of Paris II Panthéon Assas, 1993

Published work

  • "L'environnement réglementaire en construction de la finance structurée", Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier n°4, December 2010, p. 126
  • "La société de titrisation", Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier n°3, October 2008, p. 87
  • "Important modernisation of the securitisation regime in France", in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, October 2008
  • Faure-Dauphin. F, Vignon. M, Boughida. S, "The introduction of the trust into French law", in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, June 2007, p. 344
  • Faure-Dauphin. F, Roux J. "Le Schéma du prêt hypothécaire commercial entièrement porté par le bilan des banques a vécu", Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier n°3, October 2006, p. 38-41
  • "Recent structuring challenges in French CMBS", ISR Legal Guide, July 2006, p.2
  • "La modernisation des instruments de sécurisation des encaissements dans les opérations de titrisation", Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier n° 1, 2006
  • Faure-Dauphin. F, Roux. J, "Le schéma du prêt hypothécaire commercial entièrement porté par les bilans des banques a vécu…", Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier n°4, 2010, p.126
  • "France explores new securitization solutions", International Financial Law Review, The 2005 Guide to Structured Finance, July 2005
  • "A new decree perfects the important reform of the French securitisation law", International Securitisation Report, p.13
  • "Le remplacement du recouvreur des créances cédées à un fonds commun de créances", Banque et Droit n° 96, July-August 2004 p. 26
  • Contributor to the French section of the 2004 Guide to Structured Finance by the International Financial Law Review ('The Barrier of Seller's insolvency in securitization deals') July 2004 p. 65
  • Contributor to the French section of the Structured Finance Yearbook 2003 by the International Financial Law Review ('Important changes to the legal framework: the future of securitization in France') October 2003 p. 63, co-authored by Luc Rentmeesters
  • Faure-Dauphin. F, Rentmeesters. L, "Tirer partie de ses actifs grâce à la titrisation whole business", Option Finance n°680, Mars 2002, p.50