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3rd IBA Global Entrepreneurship Conference

21 May - 23 May 2017

Paris Marriott Opera Ambassador Hotel, Paris, France

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Anne-Helene Le Trocquer


Anne-Hélène Le Trocquer is one of the partners responsible for the Corporate/M&A practice of Aramis. Her professional practice mainly covers M&A, strategic alliances, fundraising (venture/growth capital, PE, ICOs) and restructuring. She also deals with all types of French Company law issues. Furthermore, Anne-Hélène has developed an industry-specific expertise in the field of strategic disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain/DLT and her sectoral expertise covers in particular financial and payment services, asset management, retail and mobility, renewable energies, IT & SaaS services. Prior to joining Aramis, she worked in the Paris, London and New York offices of Clifford Chance where she started her career in 2003, Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker, and de Gaulle Fleurance & Associés as a partner from 2015. Beside the IBA, Anne-Helene is also an active member of: - the Cercle Montesquieu, the Association of the French General Counsels of CAC 40 and SBF 120 companies (https://www.cercle-montesquieu.fr/). - the ADAN (Association for the Development of Digital Assets) which brings together digital asset, CASP and blockchain professionals in France and Europe. The ADAN covers a wide range of activities, including participation to the preparation of digital assets (fungible tokens, NFTs and crypto assets), blockchain and CASP related regulations at French and European level (https://adan.eu/en/). - the Lab.UC. a collective designed as an independent think tank, the Lab.UC brings together market finance and asset management players with complementary expertise and intends to provide new and comprehensive insight into themes related to innovation in the units of account sector (https://www.seabirdconseil.com/expertises/le-lab-uc-le-collectif-dideation-et-dinnovation-sur-les-unites-de-compte/).


Keynote introduction

Monday 22 May (0845 - 0915)

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