Olivier Hubert, partner, specialises in banking law and financial law, particularly on regulatory matters and structured finance transactions, either in a domestic or international context. His practice also extends to securitisation transactions, derivatives, aircraft and ship finance, acquisition lending and the creation of specialised investment funds.

Admitted to the Paris Bar, he graduated from the Institute of Political Sciences (Sciences Po Paris, 1976) and holds an advanced degree (DEA) in business law from the University of Paris (1978). 

He built his experience and practice as international legal counsel in several international investment banks, and joined De Pardieu Brocas Maffei as a partner in 2002. He is a member of the International Bar Association.

Olivier Hubert is the author of several publications, including in particular Banking Regulation (French chapter, 2015 European Lawyer), The International Capital Markets Review (French chapter with Antoine Maffei, Law Business Research) and Insurance and Reinsurance Law & Regulation (French chapter, 2014 European Lawyer); and articles on the revival of securitisation (‘La relance de la titrisation en France’, Revue-Banque, May 2014), ‘Financing of the economy by insurance companies and the new FPE’ (‘Fonds de Prêt à l’Economie’, Newsletter, October 2013), crowdfunding platforms in France (‘Plateformes de financement participatif: quelles avancées réglementaires’, Décideurs Stratégie Finance Droit, April 2014)  ‘Financement des start-up et recherche d’investisseurs: un parcours d’obstacles’ (Décideurs –Stratégie Finance Droit, October 2013), ‘Assignment and transfers of receivables’ (Newsletter, March 2012), ‘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).