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Eversheds has boosted its Hong Kong banking group with the hire of partner Samuel Chau. Chau joins the firm from the partnership at Gide Loyrette Nouel, where he has advised clients on corporate banking, real estate
White & Case has boosted its project finance and bank finance work in South Africa, hiring three partners in Johannesburg and relocating two others there from its London office.
Singhania & Partners is set to merge with Mumbai’s Rajani & Partners, forming a combined firm of 100 lawyers and 20 partners. The new firm willDelhi-based firm
Amarchand Mangaldas at the top of the field in India in project finance for the second year running, and gives it aA new ranking of law firms released by Dealogic puts
Hogan Lovells has announced that it will launch an office in Rio de Janeiro later this year, pending regulatory approval. The move follows a large influx of international
Amarchand and Mangaldas has taken the top rank among Indian firms working in project finance, according to data provider Dealogic, edging out last year’s leader Luthra & Luthra. Luthra & Luthra came in second in the
Allen & Overy announced the launch of its new base in Istanbul, Turkey. The office will be led by London banking partner Charles Lindsay, who will be joined by senior associate
Gide Loyrette & Nouel has announced that it will close its Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Riyadh offices, eliminating its presence in the Middle East region. The firmFrench firm
Australian Firm Clayton Utz has boosted its project finance practice with the hire of top talent from Freshfields. Bruce Cooper joins Clayton Utz’s banking and financial services team in Sydney, leaving his former
Simpson Thacher & Barlett partner George Miller will join Mayer Brown as its first project finance partner in New York.