Virginie Verfaillie Tanguy started her career as a lawyer in 1996.
She created her own firm in 2004 before joining Bremond & Associés law firm in 2007 as a restructuring partner. She creates Valoren in 2020 with her long-time partner Christine Le Breton.
She specializes in assisting executives, managers and various parties concerned (shareholders, credit institutions, investors, creditors, procedural bodies) in the handling of restructuring matters that companies encounter, as well as their turnaround.
Her expertise in litigation enables her to advise her clients in such a way as to prevent risks of disputes.
Virginie has been President of the ARE – Association for the Turnaround of Companies since January 2020 and is also a member of AFFIC - French Association for the Consular Institution.
She holds a Master (Maîtrise) in private law (Paris-II Assas), a Master’s degree (DESS) in transport law and a diploma from the Institut des hautes études internationales (Paris-II Assas).
Christine Le Breton
Christine Le Breton specializes in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and in corporate law. She first practiced with Denton Wilde Sapte law firm before joining Sarrau Thomas Couderc, which became STC Partners, at the time of its creation in 2005. Christine joined Bremond & Associés law firm in 2016 in order to create the corporate-M&A department. This is where she met Virginie Verfaillie Tanguy with whom she created Valoren in 2020.
Her entrepreneurial character leads her to focus on understanding her clients’ business project in order to provide them with relevant and effective support in their M&A transactions, investments, external growth, restructuring operations but also in the implementation of optimized mechanisms of remuneration to the benefit of executives.
Christine holds a Master (Maîtrise) in Business and tax law of the Paris II University (Panthéon-Assas) and a Master’s degree (DEA) in private international law of the Paris I University (Sorbonne).
Virginie Lockwood worked during two years as a legal consultant for an insurance company (legal protection) and became a lawyer in 2011.
She was first a lawyer at the Versailles bar, where she practiced for almost 9 years in the employment law department of Hadengue et Associés law firm, particularly in advice and litigation matters for distressed companies and the Association for the management of employee claims (AGS).
She is now a lawyer at the Paris bar and advises companies and insolvency proceedings bodies on all issues relating to employment and labor law.
She holds a Master’s degree (Master 2) in general private law and a university degree in road traffic law.
Capucine Mesas joined Valoren at its creation in May 2020 after having practiced in the Corporate-M&A law department of PDGB, then with Santoni & Associés and Bremond & Associés law firms.
She advises and assists executives, SMEs and Mid-caps, and investment funds, particularly in acquisitions, mergers, stake acquisitions, external growth and restructuring operations.
She occasionally assists companies in dealing with restructuring matters that they encounter, as well as acquirers of distressed companies.
Capucine Mesas holds a Master’s Degree (Master 2) in Business Law, a Diplôme de Juriste Conseil d’Entreprise (DJCE) from the University of Caen, and a certificate of special studies in corporate law (University of Montpellier I).
Morgane Valla joined Valoren at its creation in May 2020 after having practiced as an associate with Bremond & Associés law firm since 2015.
She specializes in bankruptcy and insolvency law and assists executives in dealing with their restructuring matters, as well as acquirers of distressed companies in the framework of disposal plans.
Morgane has been a member of the Association des Jeunes professionnels du Restructuring (AJR - Young professionals in restructuring Association) since 2019.
She holds a Master’s Degree (Master 2) in Business and Tax Law (University of Lyon 3 - Jean Moulin) and a Diplôme de Juriste Conseil d’Entreprise (DJCE).
Camille Moïse joined Valoren at its creation after having practiced as an associate in Bremond & Associés law firm for three and a half years. She had previously acquired more than a year's experience in the Employment law department of Racine law firm.
Camille assists executives and their teams in all issues relating to employment law for distressed companies (social restructuring, due diligence for the purpose of acquisitions in the context of disposal plans, etc.)
She occasionally takes action in matters of restructuring and insolvency law.
She holds a Master’s degree in Business and tax law, a Diplôme de Juriste Conseil d’Entreprise (DJCE) from the University of Lyon 3 - Jean Moulin, and a Certificate of Special Studies in Employement and Labor law (University of Montpellier I).
She has been a member of the Association des Jeunes professionnels du Restructuring (AJR - Young professionals in restructuring Association) and of the Elles & Droit association (independent inter-professional women's network) since 2019.
Charlotte joined Valoren in 2020 after having practiced in the Restructuring and Business litigation department of WTS and then Coblence Avocats law firms.
Charlotte’s practice is focused on restructuring and insolvency proceedings, both in advisory and litigation.