ENJEA Avocats: Matthias Decanter appointed Partner

His expertise therefore reinforces the know-how of the firm, which operates in all areas of public and private business law. Particularly effective in the coordination of complex real estate transactions, Matthias Decanter intervenes in real estate with dedicated investment funds, in the management of commercial leases or the follow-up of the legal aspects of joint ownership.

A wise and operational expert, with a very fine knowledge of all legal issues, current and projected, he has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 2004 and has a dual business school education (Edhec, 2000) and law school ( Lille II, Paris II and Paris XI, DESS Business Lawyer).

His solid experience in corporate and contract law allows him to intervene in matters of mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, financial arrangements, employee shareholding, management of social life in general and relations/conflicts with managers and/or associates.

With the arrival of Matthias Decanter, the firm ENJEA confirms its place of reference in the real estate sector, and more particularly in mergers and acquisitions. His expertise naturally complements the firm’s service offer, which already has recognized excellence in the fields of public business law (construction law, town planning, development, real estate).

“With the arrival of Matthias Decanter, ENJEA is entering a new stage in its development. His association is a recognition of his expertise. She represents a major asset for the future of the firm, which thus extends its field of expertise in matters of mergers and acquisitions in the real estate sector”, specifies Nathalie BAILLON at ENJEA.

“This appointment is testimony to a common trust and reveals ENJEA’s desire to strengthen its position as a key player in the real estate sector. The combination of our expertise breathes new life into the firm,” says Matthias Decanter.

Beyond this dominance in real estate law, Matthias Decanter has also developed a strong experience in compliance (relations with regulators, investigation follow-up, LCB-FT, etc.).

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