Calyon to shake up advisers

Harris, Joanne
May 2005
Lawyer;5/2/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 17, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that France-based corporate and investment bank Calyon is launching its inaugural panel review of external law firms after its formation which came about through Credit Agricole's acquisition of Credit Lyonnais. List of law firms competing for a place on the panel; Suggestion that it is increasingly common for more formal panels to be drawn up by French banks; Other French banks with global legal panels; Claim that Calyon's in-house legal team is led by Pierre-Henri Broffard.


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