Cyrille Bialkiewicz Award

Cyrille Bialkiewicz Award,
to recognise research work on the law governing struggling businesses

Created in 2010 by Bank Delubac & Cie, each year the Cyrille Bialkiewicz Award recognises 3 PhD students whose thesis subject deals with struggling businesses. François-Xavier Lucas, law professor at the University of Paris 1, expert in the field, personally forms a judging panel consisting of professionals and academics to decide on the award winners.

“It's an opportunity for us to shine a spotlight on young doctorates who have produced high quality work by publishing them, to highlight this exciting but little publicised issue and to bring together sector professionals on an annual basis.”

Serge Bialkiewicz, Senior Managing Partner of Banque Delubac & Cie.

This event, which over the years has become a reference, brings together more than 700 guests, including players from the legal world as well as political and economic personalities. Alongside the award ceremony, there is a panel discussion between economic and political figures as well as authors who debate topical themes or news related to the life of the company. Panellists include Anne Lauvergeon, economists Elie Cohen and Jacques Attali, former ministers Hubert Védrine, Luc Ferry... 

The conference ends with the point of view of a philosopher, a journalist, a writer, or a personality from the scientific world, including André-Compte Sponville, Raphael Enthoven, Charles Pépin, Joel de Rosnay and many more.

For more information about the Cyrille Bialkiewicz Award, click here.