Dominique Adenot

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Dominique Adenot is a doctor of law. After teaching comparative law at the University of Detroit School of Law (USA), he was, until 2004, an associate lecturer at the University of Auvergne where he created and directed a post-graduate degree in financial engineering law. From 1989 to 2010 he was a lecturer at the Technical Institute of Banking. He is currently a lecturer at the Law School of the University of Clermont-Auvergne. Member of the French Society of Valuators, he is as such co-author of the report “SFEV’s position on the draft valuation guide” from which the tax administration has retained many proposals. He is the author of several academic articles published in specialized journals.

Experience

1981 - 1982

Teacher
University of Detroit School of Law

After completing his doctoral dissertation, Dominique Adenot joined the University of Detroit School of Law (Michigan) to teach comparative law and European law to American students. He then collaborated with the largest law firm in Detroit, bringing his knowledge of French business law.

1982 - 1986

Authorized Representative
National Bank of Paris

After 9 years of law school, and in a totally premeditated way, Dominique Adenot enters the banking sector by being hired as an attorney at the National Bank of Paris. Two years after joining the Bank, he was entrusted with the management of a financial analysis and credit realization department.

1986 - 1997

Director of the Financial Engineering Division
Banque Populaire du Massif Central

In 1986, Dominique Adenot joined the Banque Populaire Group, which is very active in SMEs. In 1988, with the creation of the Banque Populaire du Massif Central, which covers 6 departments, Dominique Adenot was put in charge of the creation of the high net worth activities. As head of the Financial Engineering Division, he developed an intense activity as an investment banker, conducting numerous mergers and acquisitions. He manages and directs several equity and bond investment vehicles such as SDR, SCR and FCPR.

1997 - 2011

Associate Director
Fidal law firm

In 1997, Dominique Adenot became a lawyer by joining FIDAL, the leading law firm in France. He became a partner in 2000 and associate director in 2007. In 2009, he was in charge of the national network “Prevention and treatment of business difficulties”.

2012 - 2019

Managing Partner
Cabinet Labonne & ACDP

At the end of 2011, Dominique Adenot seized the opportunity to “go it alone” by taking over the firm Labonne et associés when its founder retired.  This firm, founded in 1984, developed its expertise in two areas: corporate law and tax law. In 2016, with the arrival of Dominique Andrieux, economic law and international law were added to these fields of expertise. Between 2012 and 2019, the L & A firm has grown from 7 to 20 employees and has established itself in Corrèze via the acquisition of Cabinet Acdp.

2020 - Present

President
Cabinet Adenot-Andrieux et Associés

In 2020, Dominique Adenot opens a new chapter in his professional career by founding with Dominique Andrieux, a firm entirely dedicated to the very strategic fields of economic law, international law and corporate law with the ambition to bring to managers a pro-business approach and 35 years of business experience. 

1982 - 1986

Authorized Representative
National Bank of Paris

After 9 years of law school, and in a totally premeditated way, Dominique Adenot enters the banking sector by being hired as an attorney at the National Bank of Paris. Two years after joining the Bank, he was entrusted with the management of a financial analysis and credit realization department.

1986 - 1997

Director of the Financial Engineering Division
Banque Populaire du Massif Central

In 1986, Dominique Adenot joined the Banque Populaire Group, which is very active in SMEs. In 1988, with the creation of the Banque Populaire du Massif Central, which covers 6 departments, Dominique Adenot was put in charge of the creation of the high net worth activities. As head of the Financial Engineering Division, he developed an intense activity as an investment banker, conducting numerous mergers and acquisitions. He manages and directs several equity and bond investment vehicles such as SDR, SCR and FCPR.

1997 - 2011

Associate Director
Fidal law firm

In 1997, Dominique Adenot became a lawyer by joining FIDAL, the leading law firm in France. He became a partner in 2000 and associate director in 2007. In 2009, he was in charge of the national network “Prevention and treatment of business difficulties”.

2012 - 2019

Managing Partner
Cabinet Labonne & ACDP

At the end of 2011, Dominique Adenot seized the opportunity to “go it alone” by taking over the firm Labonne et associés when its founder retired. This firm, founded in 1984, developed its expertise in two areas: corporate law and tax law. In 2016, with the arrival of Dominique Andrieux, economic law and international law were added to these fields of expertise. In 2016, with the arrival of Dominique Andrieux, economic law and international law were added to these fields of expertise.

2020 - Present

President
Cabinet Adenot-Andrieux et Associés

In 2020, Dominique Adenot opens a new chapter in his professional career by founding with Dominique Andrieux, a firm entirely dedicated to the very strategic fields of economic law, international law and corporate law with the ambition to bring to managers a pro-business approach and 35 years of business experience.

Contact

Skills

Training

Dominique Adenot is a doctor of law. After teaching comparative law at the University of Detroit School of Law (USA), he was, until 2004, an associate lecturer at the University of Auvergne where he created and directed a post-graduate degree in financial engineering law. From 1989 to 2010 he was a lecturer at the Technical Institute of Banking. He is currently a lecturer at the Law School of the University of Clermont-Auvergne. Member of the French Society of Valuators, he is as such co-author of the report “SFEV’s position on the draft valuation guide” from which the tax administration has retained many proposals. He is the author of several academic articles published in specialized journals. After teaching comparative law at the University of Detroit School of Law (USA), he was, until 2004, an associate lecturer at the University of Auvergne where he created and directed a post-graduate degree in financial engineering law.

Experience

1981 - 1982

Teacher
University of Detroit School of Law

After completing his doctoral dissertation, Dominique Adenot joined the University of Detroit School of Law (Michigan) to teach comparative law and European law to American students. He then collaborated with the largest law firm in Detroit, bringing his knowledge of French business law.

Public course

Dominique Adenot has been a member of the Clermont-Ferrand City Council since 1989, making him the longest serving elected official. He has exercised many responsibilities, among which we can mention his functions as deputy for finance and urban planning. He has chaired the Société d’Equipement de l’Auvergne (SEM d’aménagement), Logidôme (public housing office) and the Pôle Métropolitain Clermont-Vichy-Auvergne. He is currently President of the Grand Clermont.

Dominique Andrieux

General Manager

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