Aymeric Dumoulin Named to Global Investigations Review “40 Under 40” List

3 July 2024

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP international counsel Aymeric Dumoulin has been named by Global Investigations Review to its “40 under 40” list.

The list highlights the next generation of accomplished young investigations specialists, shining a spotlight on people around the world who have gone above and beyond in their work. A range of factors are considered in the judging process, including experience, quality of references, diversity of cases, and the jurisdictions the candidates work in.

Mr. Dumoulin, who spent almost a decade in New York prior to relocating to the firm’s Paris office, focuses on white collar criminal defense and internal investigations. Mr. Dumoulin, a dual-qualified U.S.-French lawyer, has worked on many high-profile and complex global investigations. He advised on the first ever joint resolution between the US Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the French Parquet National Financier (“PNF”), the DOJ’s first ever corporate material support for terrorism prosecution, and on multiple representations of major Swiss banks in the DOJ’s crack down of Swiss bank secrecy. Mr. Dumoulin is a trusted advisor for major matters involving broad white-collar expertise in multiple jurisdictions.

Debevoise’s White Collar and Regulatory Defense Group excels in high-profile, complex representations for clients facing corporate crises. The group works strategically and effectively with clients to anticipate and respond to risks. It is one of the few in the market to have exceptional capabilities across geographies, prompting Chambers Global to state the team is a “best-in-the-class group with a truly international practice.”