Linklaters adds to Dutch banking nous

Byrne, Matt
June 2005
Lawyer;6/6/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the appointment of Martijn Koopal, head of banking and finance at DLA SchutGrosheide, as its banking partner by Linklaters. He will head an initial team of three and focus on a range of banking work for investment banks and corporates. Until now, Linklaters' local law banking offering has centred on former Allen & Overy partner Pim Horsten, who joined in June 2004. Koopal joined DLA SchutGrosheide in 2001.


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