Nabarro boosts Dubai financial performance ahead of Camerons merger

November 24, 2016 As Nabarro prepares for a planned three-way merger with CMS Cameron McKenna and Olswang next year, the firm is boosting fee income in its Dubai office, which has been losing money. The office opened in 2014, led by managing partner Terry Fleet, whose position will be taken over by Mark Rocca this year.

According to Nabarro, the Middle East office has boosted fee income to AED 7m (£1.65m) in 2015/16, with turnover increasing by over 200% over the past year. Next year’s planned merger will likely involve streamlining operations in the Middle East, as CMS also has several offices located throughout the region.

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