Linklaters global asset finance chief steps down

Cushnie, Lorraine
December 2005
Lawyer;12/12/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 48, p3
Trade Publication
This article reports that Ron Gibbs, the head of Linklaters' global asset finance practice, is leaving the company. Gibbs is planning to take up executive positions at shipping and aviation companies on leaving the company at the end of the financial year. Robert Fugard has been appointed as the company's global practice leader. Fugard said that Gibbs will be sorely missed by the company. Gibbs established Linklaters' asset finance group with Fugard in the year 2000. The team has four lawyers in London, England.


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