The Pacte Statute Introduces Significant Changes for French Corporate Governance – An Overview

September 3, 2019

While France has experienced an intense legislative debate on a new, far-reaching business regulation this year, companies are adapting to navigate the interesting challenges it poses, such as a stricter approach to the social and environmental impact of their operations. In this short video, Paris partner Jean-Philippe Robé, along with Cercle Montesquieu’s Administrator and Dassault Systèmes’ Vice-President, Global Affairs & Sustainability Valérie Valais analyze the ins and outs of Pacte Law on corporate governance.

Pacte Law is a complex regulation devised with the objective of improving corporate funding, governance, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Video realized by Le Droit Pour Moi in collaboration with Le Cercle Montesquieu.

Gibson Dunn’s lawyers are available to assist in addressing any questions you may have regarding the issues discussed in this video. For further information, please contact the Gibson Dunn lawyer with whom you usually work or any of the following members of the Paris office by phone (+33 1 56 43 13 00) or by email:

Jean-Philippe Robé – [email protected]
Bertrand Delaunay – [email protected]
Benoît Fleury – [email protected]

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