CC swoops for Lovells private equity star

Clifford Chance has raided Lovells German practice for a five-strong private equity team.

Lovells head of German private equity Oliver Felsenstein quit the firm this morning (20 September) to move to Clifford Chance’s Frankfurt office. Felsenstein is …

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