Albane Lancrenon primarily intervenes in white collar crime matters.
After practicing as a lawyer in firms and teams specialising in white collar crime, Albane worked at the Enforcement Committee, and at the Investigations and Controls Department of the French Financial Markets Authority (“AMF”).
Since joining our law firm in 2014, Albane has regularly advised, assisted and represented companies and directors before criminal courts (from prosecution and investigation stage to final hearing), and in administrative proceedings before the AMF, the French Prudential Supervision and Resolution Authority (“ACPR”), and the French Anti-Corruption Agency (“AFA”).
In addition to her solid experience in investigation matters, both on the prosecution and on the defence sides, Albane has also developed a strong expertise in compliance matters, particularly in the implementation of anti-corruption measures (Loi Sapin II) and anti-money laundering and terrorist financing measures.
Albane holds a Postgraduate degree in general private law (2000) from Paris XII University and a master’s degree in private law – judicial careers (1999). She is the adviser of the French Private Equity Association (France Investissement) in anti-money laundering and terrorist financing matters.
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