Taylor Wessing Middle East promotes Ben Constance as new partner in its corporate group
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, January 13 - 2013 at 12:11
International law firm Taylor Wessing (Middle East) LLP announced the promotion of Ben Constance as a new partner in its Corporate group.
Ben initially joined the firm as an associate in 2008 and has developed core expertise in capital raisings (both public offerings and private equity), equity capital markets as well as mergers and acquisitions.
The appointment of Ben will bolster Taylor Wessing's M&A, private equity, joint ventures, ECM and financial regulatory offering.
Ben Constance commented on his appointment as follows, "There are a number of exciting opportunities in the coming year for the corporate group at Taylor Wessing. Our existing client base will continue to require practical and cost-effective advice which, with our deep-rooted regional knowledge, we are particularly well placed to give. I am excited to be joining the partnership and being part of what I'm sure will be a highly successful stage in the firm's regional development."
Christopher Dixon, managing partner of Taylor Wessing (Middle East), said of the appointment, "Following on shortly after Tahir Ahmed joined the firm as a corporate partner towards the end of last year, the addition of Ben to the partnership further underlines the growth of our corporate transactional practice in the Middle East. We now have greater strength in depth to take advantage of the many opportunities in the corporate finance sector that we see arising in the Middle East in the coming year."
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