Fabrice Faure-Dauphin


Fabrice has a wide ranging experience in the field of structured finance and is responsible for the structured finance and securitisation activity in Paris.

In this field, he is experienced in a wide range of securitised asset classes and structures (including all types of cash and synthetic ABS asset such as consumer and auto loans and dealer floorplan, export finance, MBS, ABCP structures and pan-European trade receivables), CLOs, debt funds structures, covered bonds, repackaging and complex bank balance sheet funding structures and receivables backed financings.

He regularly contributes to legal publications in the field of structure finance and securitisation. He has been referenced by major legal directories (including Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and IFLR) as a leading expert in capital markets/structured finance and in securitisation for over 15 years. Fabrice is a recognised practitioner by « Best Lawyers » since 2016 in Banking and Finance Law and Structured Finance Law.

Published Work

  • Chapter on France, The Securitisation Law Review,  regular contributor since 2020.
  • "L'environnement réglementaire en construction de la finance structurée", Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier n°4, December 2010, p. 126 
  • "La société de titrisation", Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier n°3, October 2008, p. 87 
  • "Important modernisation of the securitisation regime in France", in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, October 2008 
Band 1
Chambers Global 2024 - (Capital Markets: Structured Finance)
He is one of the best lawyers on securitisation and is very innovative.
Chambers Global 2024 - (Capital Markets: Structured Finance)



Admitted to Paris Bar, 1998


Master, International Business, University of Paris IX Dauphine, 1995

Master, Contract Law, University of Paris XI Sceaux, 1994

Graduate Degree, Business Law, University of Paris II Panthéon Assas, 1993


English, French
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