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Clifford Chance has confirmed Mark Campbell and David Dunnigan for another four years as heads of banking and capital markets respectively.
As revealed on thelawyer.com (16 October), partners were informed on 12 October that after the close of the nominations, no candidates had come forward to stand against the incumbents. Yesterday a vote was taken to confirm the appointments.
Both Campbell and Dunnigan were elected in 2002. In those elections, Dunnigan was elected head of capital markets with no opposition, but in the banking group there was a three-way vote between Campbell and fellow London banking partners Mark Stewart and Malcolm Sweeting.
Last month Clifford Chance senior partner Stuart Popham was confirmed for another four-year term of office after the nomination process yielded no other candidates for the post.