Stéphane de Navacelle

Stéphane de Navacelle

Université Paris X Nanterre (MIEJA II, 2003)
University of Chicago (LL.M., 2004)

New-York (2005)
Paris (2008)

French, English

Stéphane de Navacelle has worked in the field of white-collar crime/corporate crime in New York, London and Paris (at Engel & McCarney, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP and founded Navacelle in 2010).

With extensive experience in French and US white collar crime, he has participated in landmark cases involving FCPA and embargo restrictions (OFAC), market abuse/insider trading, fraud (Forex), benchmark manipulation (LIBOR/Euribor), investigations by development banks and criminal and internal investigations in Europe, the Americas and Africa. He advises companies with setting up and auditing compliance programs.

Stéphane was appointed Independent Compliance Monitor – pursuant to a World Bank Negotiated Resolution Agreement – by European infrastructure groups with global operations. Former member of the Paris Bar Council (2017-2019), he currently serves the Bar as Ethics committee and Disciplinary review board member; he is Bar President délégué for influence through law. Stéphane is also a member of the French Independent Committee on Clerical abuse.

Paris Bar – Former Member of the Paris Bar Council (Conseil de l’Ordre)
American Bar Association, Section of International Law – Former co-Chair of the International Criminal Law Committee, vice-Chair of the Europe Committee and vice-President of the International Anti-Corruption Committee
American Bar Foundation – Elected Fellow in 2016
International Bar Association – Member of the Anti-Corruption Committee, Business Crime Committee and Criminal Law Committee
International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA) – Executive committee member, Member of the Commercial Fraud, International Arbitration and Litigation Commissions
Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (Association des Avocats Pénalistes – ADAP)
French Directors’ Institute (Institut Français des Administrateurs – IFA)
Transparency International France – Member of the working group “Capacity of the Judiciary”
Roxin Alliance – International network of independent legal professionals in white collar criminal defense and compliance