Allen & Overy Luxembourg launches fifth international desk in London
Allen & Overy in Luxembourg has announced the launch of its fifth international desk. May 2014 will mark the opening of the London desk, which will be headed by George Owen, a banking lawyer from Luxembourg. Owen will form part of the law firm’s London banking team and in parallel he will use his experience to work and co-ordinate on Luxembourg-related matters.
The London desk is the fifth international desk launched by Allen & Overy in Luxembourg, following desks in Russia (Moscow), the Asia-Pacific (Hong Kong), Latin America and US (New York).
The international desks are dedicated to meeting the challenge of clients requiring Luxembourg legal advice on their doorstep and in their time zone. They offer seamless legal services in connection with the Luxembourg office, from Moscow, Hong Kong, New York, Buenos Aires and London.
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