Reading the runes on reshuffles at Bakers, Hogan Lovells and HSF

In the final quarter of last year, three of the world’s largest law firms picked new CEOs from their comparatively small Hong Kong offices. Of the three – Baker McKenzie, Herbert Smith Freehills and Hogan Lovells – it’s just the latter that hasn’t officially ushered in its new leaders, with Miguel Zaldivar set to replace […]


Global security provider GardaWorld recruits new GC

Private security giant GardaWorld has appointed Helios Towers’ former general counsel as its new legal chief for international operations. Helen Ebert has taken on the role of GC for international operations at Canadian private security provider GardaWorld, where she will oversee legal, HR and compliance and assurance. She left her role as GC at Helios […]

On-demand Webinar: Staying relevant in changing times – Vets vs Fintechs

This panel discussion aims to compare and contrast the longevity and experience of traditional firms with the adaptability and risk-taking attitude of Fintechs while considering the role of the legal team and the optimal position to be in. Defining the future for financial services business models is key for ensuring prosperity ahead of turbulent times. Traditional models and new emerging tech start-ups have varying structures, so what exactly are the differing approaches of the market and what is the optimal position for the future of the industry?