Caroline Notté

Portrait of Caroline
Caroline Notté is a partner with NautaDutilh and a member of the Corporate team in Luxembourg. She assists clients with a wide range of complex cross-border M&A transactions, corporate governance, divestitures, leveraged buyouts, financial restructurings, takeovers and listing issues and advises on general corporate and commercial matters.
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Caroline has particular expertise in private equity deals, joint ventures and group restructuring. She has in-depth knowledge of and extensive experience implementing management incentive schemes. Her clients include international private equity firms, investment funds and major listed companies. She has been involved in a number of key acquisitions in Central and Eastern Europe.

  • Work highlights
    • Mid-Europa Partners on acquisitions and exits in the CEE region.
    • La Mancha with the creation of La Mancha Fund, a Luxembourg-based deep value fund dedicated to gold mining.
    • Partners Group with its acquisition of Pharmathen, a leading European pharmaceutical company.
    • Basecamp with the sale of its property portfolio to Xior.
    • Schwarz Group with the acquisition of the Luxembourg waste management group Lamesch from Suez.
    • A leading private equity firm on the acquisition of a German renewable energy platform.
    • A France-based wealth management firm on the setup of a Special Purpose Acquisition (SPAC) and SponsorCo under Luxembourg law.
  • What others say
    • ‘Caroline Notté is outstanding.’ (Legal 500, 2023)
  • Ancillary functions

    Caroline is a member of the Luxembourg Private Equity Association (LPEA) and the Institut Luxembourgeois des Administrateurs (ILA).

  • Qualifications

    Admission to the Bar

    Caroline was admitted to the Luxembourg Bar in 2002.


    Caroline is fluent in French and English.


    Caroline holds a law degree from the University of Louvain (UCL, 2000). Prior to joining NautaDutilh, she practiced with several other global law firms based in Luxembourg.

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