Chan Park set to join MOLITOR as partner advising on corporate and M&A matters
MOLITOR Avocats à la Cour has announced that Chan Park will join the law firm as a partner on 22 October 2013. His primary role will be advising MOLITOR’s corporate and mergers and acquisition (M&A) clients and further developing its practice in this area.
Park has more than 14 years of experience in advising local and international companies from the financial and non-financial industries on corporate, M&A and corporate finance issues.
He was previously a counsel at D.Law, where he worked with multinational companies from all over Europe, Asia and the US on corporate and M&A transactions, cross-border restructuring and corporate finance transactions.
Prior to that, he was a director in the tax and consulting service line of a Big 4 company in Luxembourg.
From 1999 until 2008, Park worked as a corporate finance lawyer mainly with a major Benelux law firm in Brussels and as a foreign associate at a New York-based law firm.
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