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Étienne Renaudeau
 

Étienne Renaudeau

Partner
 

London

CityPoint
One Ropemaker Street
London EC2Y 9HU EN
Fax: +44-(0)20-7275-6502

Brussels

Square de Meeus 1, Floor 7
Brussels B-1000  BE
Fax: +32-2-504-73-02

Étienne Renaudeau focuses his practice on obtaining antitrust approvals of high-profile transactions, which are often cross-border and global in scope, as well as advising clients on antitrust litigation and ongoing counseling. He has represented clients in matters involving the European Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, the French Competition Authority and other global competition authorities. He has been recognized as a Future Leader by Who’s Who Legal in the area of Competition each year since 2017.

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Work Highlights
  • KKR in a variety of transactions, including in connection with the announced combination of Nielsen IQ and GfK SE; its tender offer to acquire Hitachi Transport System; its acquisitions of Ensono, John Laing, Ocean Yield, Neighborly, Wella, Roompot Group, Viridor, Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited; and its sale of LGC, KCF Technologies, AlphaTheta
  • Blackstone in a variety of transactions, including its acquisitions of Bourne Leisure, Desotec, Takeda Consumer Healthcare Company Limited, AYUMI Pharmaceutical, Acetow; its proposed majority investment in Advarra Holdings, Inc.; and its sale of Intelenet
  • Silver Lake in a variety of transactions, including its announced acquisitions of Euroclear and Facile.it, its strategic investments in Clubessential Holdings and Relativity, and its announced minority investment in Exact
  • PPD in its $17.4 billion acquisition by Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Garda World Security Corporation in a variety of transactions, including its acquisitions of Tidel and Gunnebo Group’s cash management business, and in its announced offer for the entire issued and to be issued ordinary share capital of G4S plc
  • ChemChina in its $43 billion acquisition of Syngenta
  • Calsonic Kansei in its €6.2 billion acquisition of Magneti Marelli
  • PHC Holdings in its acquisition of the Anatomical Pathology business of Thermo Fisher Scientific
Accolades
  • Who's Who Legal: Competition – Future Leaders 2017-2022
Education
  • Stanford Law School, 2010 LL.M.
  • Universite Pantheon-Assas, Paris II, 2002 D.E.A.
    with Honors
Admissions
  • Paris 2004
  • New York 2012
  • England and Wales 2017

Étienne Renaudeau focuses his practice on obtaining antitrust approvals of high-profile transactions, which are often cross-border and global in scope, as well as advising clients on antitrust litigation and ongoing counseling. He has represented clients in matters involving the European Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, the French Competition Authority and other global competition authorities.

Étienne’s recent work highlights include:

  • KKR in a variety of transactions, including in connection with the announced combination of Nielsen IQ and GfK SE; its tender offer to acquire Hitachi Transport System; its acquisitions of Ensono, John Laing, Ocean Yield, Neighborly, Wella, Roompot Group, Viridor, Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited; and its sale of LGC, KCF Technologies, AlphaTheta;
  • Blackstone in a variety of transactions, including its acquisitions of Bourne Leisure, Desotec, Takeda Consumer Healthcare Company Limited, AYUMI Pharmaceutical, Acetow; its proposed majority investment in Advarra Holdings, Inc.; and its sale of Intelenet;
  • Silver Lake in a variety of transactions, including its announced acquisitions of Euroclear and Facile.it, its strategic investments in Clubessential Holdings and Relativity, and its announced minority investment in Exact;
  • PPD in its $17.4 billion acquisition by Thermo Fisher Scientific;
  • EQT Infrastructure V fund in connection with its acquisition of InstaVolt;
  • Garda World Security Corporation in a variety of transactions, including its acquisition of Tidel and Gunnebo Group’s cash management business, and in its announced offer for the entire issued and to be issued ordinary share capital of G4S plc;
  • ChemChina in its $43 billion acquisition of Syngenta;
  • Calsonic Kansei in its €6.2 billion acquisition of Magneti Marelli;
  • PHC Holdings in its acquisition of the Anatomical Pathology business of Thermo Fisher Scientific;
  • Goldman Sachs in a variety of transactions, including its acquisition of MDVIP and its strategic investment in Visual Comfort & Co;
  • Bruin Sports Capital and its portfolio company, Two Circles, in the acquisition by Two Circles of TRM Partners from its founders, and Bruin Sports Capital in its acquisition of Oddschecker and its sale of Deltatre to Bain Capital and Nextalia;
  • Alibaba in its investment in Trendyol; and
  • Melrose Industries plc in its sale of its Elster business to Honeywell for £3.3 billion.

Étienne has also represented clients in recent cartel and leniency proceedings before the European Commission, including The International Swaps and Derivatives Association in the European Commission’s investigation of CDS.

Étienne has been recognized as a Future Leader by Who’s Who Legal in the area of Competition each year since 2017. He is fluent in English and French and is admitted in England and Wales, as well as to the Paris and New York bars. He received his D.E.A. with honors from Université Pantheon-Assas, Paris II in 2002 and his LL.M. from Stanford Law School in 2010.

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