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Allen & Overy and Deutsche Bank have joined forces to mentor budding entrepreneurs from a London secondary school to set up their own small businesses.
A new Luxembourg act on the immobilisation of bearer shares and units was published in the Luxembourg Official Gazette on 14 August 2014.
OFAC has issued revised guidance relating to the status of entities owned by individuals or entities whose interests in property are blocked under executive orders.
In the H1 2014 league tables, Allen & Overy has ranking as the leading adviser in global debt, equity and equity-related capital markets.
Allen & Overy has advised Freudenberg SE in connection with a €250m syndicated facility.
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