Christophe Thevenot
Judicial Administrator - Partner, Paris

Judicial administrator since 1997 and founding Partner of the firm. After gaining professional experience in Aircraft industry in Canada, then at a lawfirm specializing in insolvency situations, Christophe Thevenot set up his firm of judicial administrators in 1997. He specializes in the prevention of distress situations, mediation, ad hoc mandates and conciliation. Christophe has built a 20 years+ experience in strategic negotiations processes.

President of the National Council of Judicial Administrators and Legal Trustees, Honorary President of the ASPAJ, Professional Society of Judicial Administrators. Former member of the CNAJMJ (2004 – 2008). Member of the Strategic Board and Lecturer at HEC Entrepreneurs.

He is a Harvard Business School Alumni (AMP), holds a specialized Master from HEC Entrepreneurs and is a graduate of the Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Marseille (Euromed).

Aurélia Perdereau
Judicial Administrator - Partner, Paris

Judicial administrator and Partner since 2005.

Graduated from HEC, Aurélia Perdereau passed the qualifying examination to practise as a legal administrator in 2003, after practising for six years at the practice.

Aurelia Perdereau is a member Vice-President of the guarantee fund for legal administrators and legal trustees.

She is a member of the jury overseeing access to the profession of legal administrator and every year leads teams for a university degree in corporate distress, as well as teams of HEC Entrepreneurs. She is a lecturer at HEC Entrepreneurs.

Bertrand Manière
Judicial Administrator - Partner, Nantes

Judicial administrator and Partner since 2012. With a Masters in Business Law and a Masters in Business Administration from IAE, Bertrand Manière entered the firm as a collaborator in 2004. Bertrand Manière manages the firm's office in Nantes, which is also his main office.

Each year he coaches a team of HEC Entrepreneurs, as part of the training module on corporate distress. Since 2007 he has been lecturing on corporate distress, as part of the financial engineering programme at ESC Clermont Ferrand.

Jonathan El Baze
Judicial Administrator - Partner, Paris

Judicial administrator and Partner since 2013. A graduate of HEC, the holder of a Law degree and a Masters in Banking and Finance, Jonathan El Baze joined the team in 2007.

Having served for four years as a business lawyer in national and international firms. He has handled several major cases in real estate, finance and industry for the firm.

He is responsible each year of a team of HEC Entrepreneurs as part of the training module on corporate distress.

Vincent Gillibert
Judicial Administrator at SCP GILLIBERT & Associés since 2014

Aeronautical engineer graduated from ISAE-SUPAERO, Vincent GILLIBERT holds a Master's degree in international finance from HEC and a DU in Insolvency law.

He joined the practice in 2009 after having worked for several years in the industry and after an experience in corporate and investment banking.

He moved to Marseille in 2014 at SCP GILLIBERT & Associés and is now Head of the practice in Marseille, Aix-en-Provence and Manosque, also in charge of civil activities.

Hélène Charpentier

Hélène Charpentier, 31, joined SCP Thevenot Perdereau after qualifying and has worked exclusively for the firm since then. In early 2018, she became a partner of the firm, which has operated as THEVENOT PARTNERS since the end of 2017.

Employed by the firm since July 2013, Hélène Charpentier has a finance degree from HEC Paris, a business law research masters 2 (formerly DEA) degree from Paris-II Panthéon-Assas University and a Legal Profession Certificate of Aptitude (CAPA). She passed her judicial administrator aptitude exam in 2017.

Hélène is a member of the AJR, the IFPPC and INSOL Europe and works in both French and English.