Claire Heuberger

Claire Heuberger

Director*
London Joint Ventures & Partnering +32 497 598 042
I strongly believe in the value of creating robust, long-lasting relationships and in the power of well-structured plans to set clients up for success.

Claire is a senior member in Lincoln’s Joint Ventures & Partnering (JV&P) Group, advising corporate clients, family offices and private equity firms on joint ventures and other types of cooperation. She has deep experience in complex JV&P deals, operations, deadlocks and exits in countries such as Belgium, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Turkey, Kazakhstan, India and others.

Claire has 15 years of experience in the industry, leading transformational deals and smaller projects, turning around underperforming partnerships or even exiting minorities and unfavourable positions where necessary. She has advised clients in the early stages of projects, in the context of a market or corporate strategy, as well as in the implementation or remedy phase. Claire has hands-on experience to tackle projects from beginning to end while balancing short and long term priorities to maximize value creation and sustainable growth for clients.

Prior to joining Lincoln, Claire led the corporate strategy and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) department of large family-owned companies in the mining sector, Sibelco and Carmeuse, redefining the company’s strategy and executing M&A deals whether acquisition, divestments or JVs. She also worked in close collaboration with the research and development team on corporate venturing programs and several years on market and business unit strategy at Air Products.

Claire holds a master’s degree in international business management from universities in France, Germany and Switzerland. She is a British, French and Swiss citizen and is fluent in English, French and German with some notions of Dutch.

 

*operating through a BV

Perspectives featuring Claire Heuberger

Joint Ventures & Partnering: Q&A with Lincoln Directors Emma Blackley and Claire Heuberger

Traditionally, joint ventures and partnering (JV&P) were the preserve of capital-intensive industries such as oil and gas or aerospace and defense. They were also a common mechanism used for expansion… Read More

Business Leaders Adjust Investment Strategy in Light of CO2 Emissions Standards

As governments and company stakeholders continue to increase their focus on reducing emissions, the shift from fossil fuels to green energy is shaking up almost every sector—resulting in energy efficiency… Read More

For Western Brands, When Chinese Consumers Buy, Chinese Investment Follows

When Solid Gold, a U.S.-headquartered pet food brand, began selling its gut-healthy pet food through e-commerce giants JD.com and Tmall.com in China, little did they know that they may have… Read More

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