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No more laborious LIBOR Hogan Lovells launches Artificial Intelligence-based LIBOR solution

London, 10 May 2019 – Hogan Lovells, in collaboration with FTI Consulting and Cognia Law, has launched Hogan Lovells Engage: LIBOR – a new solution to combat the...

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Cross-border financial services M&A remains active in 2019 and beyond, driven by continuing innovations in fintech

2 May 2019 – Cross-border financial services transactions and valuations are on the rise this year, according to Hogan Lovells’ Deal Dynamics M&A data. Despite a dip in...

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Hogan Lovells promotes 31 to senior associates in UK

Hogan Lovells has promoted 31 UK associates to senior associate effective 1 May across its London and Birmingham offices.

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Three for three: Hogan Lovells Global FinTech Mentor and Momentum Program celebrates third year and three new recipients

London, 30 April 2019 – Hogan Lovells is kicking off year three of its Global FinTech Mentor and Momentum Program as it announces the first three members of the 2019-20 intake.

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Hogan Lovells advises on first UK automotive STS deals, following success in European asset backed securities market

25 April 2019 –The international law firm Hogan Lovells has advised Volkswagen Financial Services (UK) Limited in the first STS verifications by Prime Collateralised Securities (UK)...

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Hogan Lovells continues global BRI push with significant hire boosting Paris practice

25th April, 2019 – Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce that Philippe Druon will be joining as a partner in the firm's Finance practice, based in the Paris office. Specializing in...

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Hogan Lovells advises IDB Invest in US$25 million loan injection for SMEs in Panama

Washington, D.C., 24 April 2019 – A cross-border team of lawyers from Hogan Lovells has advised IDB Invest, a member of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Group, in providing a ...

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Why Are International Law Firms Hiring More Regulatory Lawyers in Hong Kong

Mark Lin was quoted by LegalWeek as saying the new listing rules could potentially bring more regulatory work ahead from some issuers.

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