HISTORYBMA LAWYERS, Bankrupcy Mergers and Aquisitions, was created in April 2014 by Catherine BOULANGER, who holds a DESS in European Business Law, and who has been a member of the Paris Bar since January 1993.
Catherine BOULANGER is a leading professional in business law, specialising in corporate restructuring, litigation, mergers and acquisitions.
For twenty years she directed and led the restructuring and business law department of PARDO BOULANGER & Associés.
THE DNA OF BMA AVOCATS, ITS COMMITMENT AND ITS STRENGTHSEach client is unique and must therefore receive our unique attention, always.
That's why our priorities are listening, availability, responsiveness, creativity and tenacity, all of which enable us, along with our skills and experience, to implement long-lasting solutions that respond precisely to our clients' needs.
BMA LAWYERS, is a boutique law firm, that provides a tailor-made complete service.
The firm offers each of its clients a privileged connection to all those in the restructuring and business world.
We offer our clients a transversal and global approach to their cases, whether legal, financial, strategic or operational and provide teams adapted to each particular situation (accountants, auditors, experts, lawyers specialising in related fields, etc.).
Recently, BMA AVOCATS assisted SIDA INFO SERVICES in its restructuring, completed in May 2017 with the acceptance of a recovery plan by the Court. >>read the publication
In July 2016, BMA AVOCATS acted in the acquisition of the assets of CONTINENTALE NUTRITION for C&D FOODS, the number one pet food company in Europe, a subsidiary of ABP FOOD, and continues to support the company in its development. >>read the publication
Having acted for FINANCIERE TURENNE LAFAYETTE for several acquisitions over the last 10 years, notably MADRANGE in 2011, >>read the publication and the JEAN CABY factories in 2015, >>read the publication, BMA AVOCATS has been advising the group since October 2016 in its restructuring. (Brands include William Saurin, Madrange, Paul Prédault, etc.) >>read the publication