Gérard Neiens set to join Luxembourg office as a tax partner
Hogan Lovells has announced that Gérard Neiens will join its new Luxembourg office as a tax partner.
Neiens comes from Allen & Overy Luxembourg and will join partners Pierre Reuter (investment funds), Jean-Michel Schmit (corporate), and four associates who opened the office last month.
Hogan Lovells opened in Luxembourg on 1 August as part of its plans to grow its funds and tax practices and expand its capabilities in the corporate, real estate and private equity sectors.
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