(L-R): Christèle Pierre-Alexandre, Nuala Doyle, Laure-Hélène Gaicio;
Bonn Steichen and Partners has announced the promotion of 3 new partners, Nuala Doyle, Laure-Hélène Gaicio and Christèle Pierre-Alexandre, as of 1 January 2019.
“We are proud and fortunate to welcome these three outstanding lawyers in our partnership. It proves that our strategy of fostering internal growth is successful. It also shows that in our firm, we reward commitment and quality regardless of background, gender or origin. We embrace diversity as one of our core values and are stronger for it. As a result, we may well be the first business law firm in Luxembourg with a gender-balanced partnership” said Alain Steichen, Managing Partner of Bonn Steichen & Partners. “We wish our three new partners the best. I have no doubt that they will keep surprising us.”
Nuala Doyle has extensive experience in debt and equity capital markets, advising issuers on private placements, public offerings, exchange offers and the listing/admission to trading on both the regulated market and Euro MTF market of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange. On an ongoing basis, she advises issuers on regulatory compliance matters. Nuala’s area of practice also includes bank lending and structured finance, advising international banks and financial institutions in secured and unsecured lending deals and securitisation transactions.
Laure-Hélène Gaicio focuses on complex real estate, commercial, corporate and financial disputes. Laure-Hélène has extensive experience in all forms of international and domestic dispute resolution including litigation and arbitration, as well as enforcing and obtaining freezing injunctions in international arbitration, enforcements of ICSID awards, and more generally in the recovery of assets. In addition, she has experience in real estate and commercial contracts, drafting and negotiating a number of complex agreements.
Christèle Pierre-Alexandre is regular advisor to private equity houses on the structuring and financing of international buy-out transactions, joint ventures, corporate reorganisations, mergers & acquisitions as well as corporate governance matters. She has assisted worldwide groups on ongoing activities carried out through their Luxembourg entities and certain other major corporate reorganisations with cross-border insolvency issues. Prior to joining our firm, she practiced in a “Big Four” firm and worked as a legal advisor for a “Magic Circle” law firm.