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Walkers' Andy Randall, Nicholas Davies, Jo Lit, Rupen Shah, and Joanne Collett speak to ALB about the firm's recent developments and its entrance into the Bermuda legal market.
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U.S. law firm Kobre & Kim has hired Timothy Haynes as a partner in Hong Kong from offshore outfit Walkers, where he led the insolvency and dispute resolution group.
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Channel Islands-headquartered Carey Olsen has hired corporate lawyer James Webb as a partner in Hong Kong from rival offshore law firm Walkers, its second such hire in three months.
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Offshore law firm Carey Olsen has established a corporate practice in Hong Kong after hiring Michael Padarin as a partner from rival Walkers.
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Offshore firm Harneys has continued growing its Hong Kong office after hiring Yin Xu as investment funds and corporate partner from rival Walkers, and Charles Clayton-Payne as banking and finance partner from Hogan Lovells in Singapore.
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Offshore law firm Walkers has added James Gaden as partner to its Corporate and Investment Funds Group in Hong Kong office from rival Maples and Calder.
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Offshore law firm Ogier has hired banking and finance specialist David Nelson as a partner in Hong Kong from Walkers, where he was a senior associate.
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Offshore law firm Walkers has hired Callum McNeil as a partner in the firm’s insolvency, restructuring and dispute resolution group in Hong Kong from the British Virgin Islands office of Campbells.
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Davis Polk & Wardwell has acted for Mongolian Mining Corporation (MMC) in a complex, cross-border bank bond restructuring deal valued at $800 million.
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Latham & Watkins has advised Nord Anglia Education on its go-private deal with a consortium led by Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and Baring Private Equity Asia, which owns 67 percent of the Hong Kong-based operator of international schools.