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January 1999 LVMH increases its share stake in Gucci to 34 per cent 6 January 1999 LVMH informs the Securities and Exchange Commission that it owns more than 5 per cent of shares in Gucci 17 February 1999 Gucci lends 20,154,985 shares to a newly formed Dutch foundation with an understanding that it would purchase […]

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Clifford Chance ousts City rivals for Lloyd’s online work

Clifford Chance is advising Lloyd’s of London on setting up its online market after pitching against longstanding adviser Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Allen & Overy (A&O) for the work. Clifford Chance has won out against its magic circle rivals even though it has not done a great deal of work for the client in the […]

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