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Roy Arakelian

Member of the Paris Bar
Member of the PDGB Management Committee
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Tel : +33 (0)1 44 05 21 21
  • Holder of a DESS (post-graduate diploma) in Business Law from the University of Paris V Descartes.
  • Holder of the certificate of aptitude for the legal profession (CAPA)
  • French
  • English
  • Italian
  • Armenian
  • Turkish
  • PhD in law: Author of a thesis on "The notion of control"
  • Ranked in the "Excellent" category by Décideurs magazine in : Private equity - venture capital deals (Ranking 2023); Mergers & acquisitions - deals up to €75m (Ranking 2023)
  • Ranked in the "Strong reputation" category by Décideurs magazine in : Private equity - expansion capital transactions (Ranking 2023); Private equity - lower mid & small cap LBO transactions (Ranking 2023)
  • Ranked by Le Point magazine in the Company Law category (4 Stars)
  • Recognised by Best Lawyers in Corporate Governance and Compliance Practice (2024)
  • Active member of France Invest: regularly leads Education sessions entitled "Private Equity: fundamentals, techniques and practices" and "Contractual practices of the capital investor".
  • Author of books, articles or applications on Armenian history: Andrinople (Edirne) and its Armenian Community; The Armenian presence in Venice...