Olivier Hubert, avocat admitted to the Paris Bar, is a partner in the banking, finance and capital market department of the law firm De Pardieu Brocas Maffei. He specialises in banking law and financial law, with a special focus on regulatory matters and structured finance (including securitisation).
He graduated from the Institute of Political Sciences (Sciences Po Paris – 1976) and holds a master degree (DEA) in business law from the University of Paris (1978). He joined De Pardieu Brocas Maffei as a partner in 2002, and built its practice and experience as international counsel in investment banking activities in several international banks.
Olivier Hubert is the author of numerous articles in specialised banking newspapers, including articles on the revival of securitisation ('La relance de la titrisation en France' in Revue-Banque, May 2014), crowdfunding platforms in France (‘Plateformes de financement participatif: quelles avancées réglementaires?’ in Décideurs - Stratégie Finance Droit, April 2014, and ‘Financement des start-up et recherche d'investisseurs: un parcours d'obstacles’ in Décideurs – Stratégie Finance Droit, October 2013); newsletters entitled Financing of the economy by insurance companies and the new FPE (Fonds de Prêt à l’Economie) (October 2013), and Assignment and transfers of receivables (March 2012); and several articles: ‘Outlook of the French market international capital markets review’ (2011), ‘Bank deposit guarantee schemes’ (2010), ‘Enforcement of security interests in banking transactions’ (2010) and ‘Security over receivables’, Oxford University Press (2008).