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International firms are fighting to make friends with China’s red circle elite in the hope of cracking Hong Kong’s lucrative IPO market Over the past year, the Hong Kong IPO market has become a honey pot for a growing number of international firms, with a significant number of US outfits in particular launching multimillion-dollar expansion […]

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Women make the cut in this year’s QC round Contrary to popular perception, the bar is not such a bad place for mothers. Or so says Rebecca Sabben-Clare of 7KBW, one of 88 barristers to be made up in the latest silk round. This round, she says, is the first time “a posse of mothers […]

Jones Day bolsters Brussels trade practice with Van Bael & Bellis hire

US firm Jones Day has expanded its trade practice in Brussels with the hire of Van Bael & Bellis partner Renato Antonini. Antonini, previously a partner at the domestic firm, will lead Jones Day’s Brussels international trade practice. He becomes the 12th partner in the office and joins the firm’s global government regulation team, comprising […]

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