Delphine Jaugey is a corporate international counsel and a member of the firm’s Investment Management Group in London. She advises sponsors and investors on a broad range of matters, including private fund formation, secondaries, co-investments, carried interest arrangements and internal reorganisations. Ms. Jaugey is also a leader in the firm’s Alternative Assets Transactions and Liquidity Solutions Group, where she regularly advises secondaries investors on traditional secondaries and GP-led transactions, including continuation funds, tender offers, preferred equity transactions and other liquidity solutions. Previously, Ms. Jaugey was a senior associate in the Funds team of a leading international law firm, having spent time in that firm’s London and Hong Kong offices.
Ms. Jaugey has been named to Legal Week’s “Rising Stars in Private Equity” List which represents the finest private practice lawyers under 40 advising in the UK and Europe. She was also named a Rising Star by IFLR1000 (2020), and recommended by The Legal 500 UK (2021), where she is described as “an excellent fund-lawyer with strong relevant experience in European funds structures. She is a great defender of GP interest in the negotiations with LPs.”
Ms. Jaugey holds an LL.M. (Dean's Honour List) from McGill University, Canada and a “Maîtrise” in International and European law (with Honours) from the University of Law of Aix en Provence, France. She was admitted as a Solicitor of England & Wales in 2008.
She is a co-author of “GP-Led Restructurings: Shaking up the World of Private Funds,” Debevoise & Plimpton Private Equity Report (Spring 2018, Vol. 18, No. 1) and “Private Equity in Sub-Saharan Africa: a market overview,” Private Equity International (February, 2016).
She is fluent in English and French.