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Bank of England has appointed Malcolm Glover as adviser to the governor and head of the legal unit. He replaces Len Berkowitz, who retired at the end of January. Glover will take up his appointment in June, following his retirement from Denton Wilde Sapte, where he was a partner.

Bevan Ashford partners complete Cardiff MBO

Bristol firm looks east as it targets London and opens in Birmingham Bevan Ashford’s Cardiff partners have completed a management buyout (MBO) of the office. Former partners Nigel Morgan, Jonathan Fernandez Lewis and Christopher Mayers completed the MBO last week. The new firm will be known as MLM Morgan Lewis Mayers. Associate David King will […]

Osborne Clarke and McGuinness merge

Osborne Clarke is launching an attack on the London property market by merging with niche West End property firm McGuinness Finch. Four property partners, two planning partners and one property litigation partner will join Osborne Clarke on 1 June, following several months of discussions. The team also includes five assistants. Founded in 1985, McGuinness earned […]

Lovells bags Ericsson work

Lovells is advising on the first pan-European property outsourcing deal involving the £200m sale of property owned by cash-poor Swedish telecoms company Ericsson. Ericsson is close to sealing a deal to take a swathe of European properties off its balance sheet. The deal plays to Lovells’ strength as a leader in the property outsourcing business […]

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