Barthélemy Faye’s practice focuses on corporate and financial matters and Africa-related transactions, including energy and natural resources projects, financings, acquisitions and JVs, private equity, and sovereign debt.
Barthelemy joined the firm in 1998 and became a partner in 2008. From 1998 to 2001, he was resident in the New York office.
Global mining companies (ArcelorMittal, BHP Billiton, VALE, ALCOA) in large-scale mining, infrastructure and industrial investments in West and Central Africa.
Investment funds and targets in Africa-related private equity investments.
DFIs (IFC, IDB, PROPARCO) in private-sector investments and energy or infrastructure projects.
African states (Ivory Coast, Republic of Congo, DRC, Senegal) in sovereign debt restructurings, eurobond issues and/or Sukuk offerings.
African Private Equity: Rebounding in 2022
Making Africa’s Energy Transition a Just Transition
Can Africa Get in on the SPAC Boom?
Private Equity in Africa: What Next in 2021?
Rules of Engagement: African PE Dealmaking
Scaling up GSS Bonds in Africa
A Cautious Approach to Capital: Sub-Saharan Africa Sovereign Debt Markets in 2021
African States Launch the Operational Phase of the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement
Sovereign-Debt Renegotiation: Restructuring the Commercial Debt of HIPC Debtor Countries
Enhancing Attractiveness of Sub-Saharan Africa Through Legal Innovations
June 26, 2019