Constance <br>Verroust-Valliot

Constance Verroust-Valliot

Of Counsel

Admitted in July 2016


Career path

After she obtained a Master degree in Business Law (Paris X) and a post-graduate degree in European Law (Paris II), Constance Verroust-Valliot started her career in 1992 in a Court appointed receivers (Chavaux-Lessertois-Bouychou) where she collaborated for almost 3 years.

Constance Verroust-Valliot then joined Société Générale where she worked, for more than 15 years, as a legal adviser and negotiator in the Restructuring departments (Litigation and Special Affairs).

These professional experiences led her to deal with companies’ difficulties from different angles (companies, executives and banking partners), and to acquire special negotiating skills.

Constance Verroust-Valliot also resolves criminal cases, namely in the frame of emergency defense.

After taking her oath in July 2016, Constance Verroust-Valliot joined the Restructuring and Litigation teams of Brunswick before joining Serge Pelletier in the Rescue adventure.

Constance Verroust-Valliot is a member of:

  •  French Association of Turnaround Professionals – ARE
  •  The Think Tank Women In Restructuring (WIR)
  •  The Criminal Bar of Paris
  • Option Droit & Affaires
    classement option-droits & affairesRestructuringBankruptcy proceedings
    classement option-droits & affairesRestructuringFinancial distress pre-emption and debt recognition
  • Décideurs
    classement decideursRestructuringLawfirms advising struggling companies and their shareholdersExcellent 1
    classement decideursRestructuringLawfirms advising funds and purchasers on struggling LBOHigh reputation
    classement decideursRestructuringRestructuring, social reorganizations and related collective litigationsRenowned practice 2
  • The Legal 500
    the legal 500ParisInsolvencyTier 4
    the legal 500EMEARestructuringTier 4
  • Best Lawyers in France
    classement bestlawyersFranceInsolvencyRecommended
  • IFLR 1000
    classement iflr 1000Financial and Corporate - FranceRestructuring and insolvencyTier 5
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