"Ségolène Coiffet is recognised by sources as a good restructuring practitioner. She assists clients, notably from the banking industry, with insolvency proceedings, including conciliations and ad hoc mandates. She is also active in debt restructuring matters." CHAMBERS EUROPE 2020

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Ségolène Coiffet specialises in debt restructuring, distressed companies, insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings, and particularly within the framework of international transactions.

She advises creditors, banks, lease-finance and factoring institutions, providers, as well as companies and their managers and shareholders in the context of disputes opposing them to their commercial partners and in relation to the negotiation and prevention of these disputes.

She also intervenes in commercial, banking and financial litigation cases.

Admitted to the Bar of Lyon (1998-2006) then to the Paris Bar (since 2007), she attended the program in law from the University Jean Moulin from Lyon III (1995).

She started her career in the litigation and white-collar crime departments of the law firms Poulain & Associés (2007-2008), Ribeyre & Associés (2006), Delsol & Associés (2001-2006) and La Phuong & Castelli (1998-2001) before joining De Pardieu Brocas Maffei as an associate in 2008, where she was appointed as Counsel in 2014 and as Partner in July 2017.

Ségolène is a member of the Society of Turnaround Professionals (Association pour le Retournement des Entreprises – ARE).


Press releases

Acquisition of CEPL by ID Logistics

Advising the Senior Lenders in the acquisition of CEPL, a French logistics provider specializing in automated solutions for retail order fulfillment, by ID Logistics, an international contract [...]

Advising the pool of banks in connection with the financial restructuring of Cybergun

De Pardieu Brocas Maffei advises the lenders in connection with the purchase of Translohr by Alstom and the FSI: following the green light from Brussels, Alstom and the FSI will be in a position to purchase Translohr for 35 million euros