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Norton Rose has boosted its Hong Kong office with the relocation of London-based partner Davide Barzilai. Barzilai is a banking partner with expertise in Islamic and conventional
Shiv Vani plans to borrow Rs. 337 crore ($75 million) with an upsize option of up to 90 crore ($20 million) by selling Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCB).
Norton Rose has boosted its Islamic financing practice with the appointment of Mohammed Paracha to its banking practice in Bahrain. Paracha joins the firm as a partner and deputy
Norton Rose has released figures for the 2009-10 financial year, revealing a 6 per cent drop in average profit per equity partner to £486,000. The firm’s equity partnership saw a
Norton Rose has reported a turnover marginally lower than that of last year. The UK firm saw revenues of £307 million, a 2 per cent drop from last year’s £314 million take.
Norton Rose has unfrozen salaries – for all its associates except for newly qualified lawyers – for the first time since all salaries were frozen in 2009. While first year
Norton Rose has promoted 23 lawyers to counsel in the firm’s first round of counsel promotions since the merger with Australia's Deacons. Of the 23, five lawyers have joined the
Norton Rose has made up 11 lawyers to the partnership in its annual promotions round, just one partner down from last years figures, when 12 partners were made up. The round
Norton Rose has hired five new partners for its continued push for territory in the Pacific. Four of the hires place partners in Australian offices. Robert Milbourne has joined