Eyal Chvika is a member of the Paris Bar (Avocat au Barreau de Paris). His practice focuses on Corporate and Financial matters.

He has advised clients from the real estate, publishing, life sciences, energy, technology, and professional services sectors on their mergers, acquisitions, disposals, restructurings, joint ventures, and shareholder agreements.

His experience in advising listed or non listed companies covers all stages of corporate life, from creation to initial capital round, to public offering of securities and listing on a regulated market as well as related obligations such as regulated information and corporate governance. He provides assistance with the preparation of annual general shareholders meetings and management compensation schemes, particularly stock options and free shares.

Eyal Chvika’s work in the context of capital markets transactions includes advising on initial public offerings, capital increases, debt offerings, tender offers, and investment funds (UCITS). His work as well as the quality of his contacts with the French Securities Regulator (Autorité des marchés financiers, AMF) enable him to efficiently assist his clients with their contacts with such Regulator.

Eyal Chvika provides not only advice, but also litigates in particular in securities litigation involving the AMF Sanction Commission, and in Business Criminal Law.


Eyal Chvika received a LL.M. degree in Corporate Law from New York University School of Law in 2002. He received a Ph.D. in Private Law in 1999 and a Master II in Business Law in 1996 from University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II).

He intervenes on Banking and Financial litigation in Banking and Financial Law course of Professor Hugues Bouthinon-Dumas at ESSEC Business School.

Eyal Chvika has also taught French Corporate Law and Securities Regulations at EDHEC Business School, and Business Law, in particular at the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II). He regularly publishes articles on various aspects of Commercial Law.

He is a member of the National Association of Banking Lawyers and the European Association of Banking and Financial Law.

Prior to setting up his private practice in October 2009, Eyal Chvika practiced at the Paris office of U.S. law firms for eight years.