Accuracy appoints two new partners in Paris and London

12 January 2023 1 min. read
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Global financial advisory firm Accuracy has promoted four partners worldwide, two of which are based in Europe.

In France, Accuracy has promoted François Dunoyer de Segonzac to partner. He has (rapidly) climbed all the ranks within the firm, having joined the consultancy in 2010 as an Analyst.

Specialised in deal advisory for private equity funds and corporates, he conducts buy-side / sell-side financial due diligence, carve-outs, business plan preparation, financial modelling, refinancing assistance and synergy assessment for transactions.

François Dunoyer de Segonzac and Edmond Richards, Accuracy

Dunoyer de Segonzac has advised on transactions in numerous sectors, including healthcare, infrastructure, manufacturing, aeronautics, defence and retail.

Meanwhile, in the United Kingdom, Edmond Richards has been admitted into the partner ranks. He joined Accuracy in 2014 from Charles River Associates, where he spent four years in its London office.

Richards specialises in the assessment of damages arising from treaty and contract breaches, and has been appointed as an expert witness in arbitrations under ICSID, LCIA, ICC and SAC rules.

The new partner has also provided advice in the context of transactions, investigations and non-contentious valuations. In addition, Richards has performed preliminary claim assessments for corporates, their legal advisers and third-party funders.

Outside of Europe, Accuracy promoted Melissa Di Marco Canada to partner in Canada, while in the Middle East, Dubai office leader Juan Sáez has also been admitted into the partnership. The firm now has 62 partners, spread across 13 countries in Europe, North America, Asia, Middle East and Africa.