Three partners vie for role as global head of banking at Linklaters
Linklaters prepares to elect a new global head of banking to succeed Robert Elliott when his tenure ends in October. Elliott is set to take over as the firm's new senior partner from David Cheyne.
The partners contesting the role are London-based co-head of leveraged finance Gideon Moore, banking partner Tom Wells and Hong Kong-based co-head of banking and projects Trevor Clark. Amsterdam banking chief Martijn Koopal had also put himself forward for the role, but has since withdrawn his candidacy.
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