Gide is pleased to announce the appointment of Frédéric Mion as partner of the firm. He will act on matters of public law and mergers and acquisitions.
Frédéric Nouel, Senior Partner, is delighted: « We are very pleased to welcome Frédéric Mion to our partnership. His know-how, vast experience, talent and vision will be precious assets to pursue the development of our firm, to feed our reflections and to offer our clients ever more comprehensive and innovative solutions. With his arrival, Gide once again demonstrates its desire to fully play its role as a trusted, knowledgeable, precise and leading partner in the service of its executive clients. »
Jean-François Levraud, Managing Partner, adds: « In agreeing to join us and put his talent and his long-standing and specialised expertise in the service of our clients and our firm, Frédéric Mion is boosting our development dynamic. His arrival will further enhance our ability to place our actions and interventions at the heart of the major issues that companies face. »
Frédéric Mion declares: « I am proud to join Gide and grateful for the trust placed in me by the firm's partners. Gide is a widely recognised institution, appreciated by its clients for its multidisciplinary expertise, the quality of its teams and its strong international positions. I would like to contribute to the firm's continued development and to participate, alongside Gide's teams, in providing the firm's clients with innovative solutions to the strategic issues and situations they face. »
About Frédéric Mion, Partner, Gide Paris
A graduate of the Institut d'études politiques de Paris, and a former student of the Ecole normale supérieure and the ENA (French National School of Administration), Frédéric Mion began his career by joining the Conseil d'Etat in 1996 as an auditor and then as maître des requêtes. In 2000, he joined the Ministry of Education as an advisor to the Minister's office, and in 2001 he joined the Ministry of the Civil Service as deputy to the Director General of Administration and the Civil Service. He became a lawyer in 2003 with Allen & Overy LLP. In 2007, he joined the Canal+ group as Secretary General, a position he held until 2013. Later that year, he was elected Director of Sciences Po and held this position for eight years, before returning to the Conseil d'Etat in 2021.