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Howard Kennedy LLP, Keith Lassman, London, ENGLAND

Keith Lassman

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Work 020 3755 5561
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Howard Kennedy LLP

Work Department

Corporate.

Position

Partner. Keith’s practice includes corporate finance with particular expertise in AIM, VCT and main market flotations, mergers and acquisitions, and tax shelter based funds. Keith is a member of the Securities Institute, deputy chairman of the Enterprise Investment Scheme Association and Chairman of an AIM listed company. He is also registered with the UK Listing Authority to undertake Sponsor activities.

Career

Trained Speechly Bircham; qualified 1981; partner Howard Kennedy since 1997. Current directorships: Tasty PLC.

Member

FSI.

Education

Queen Elizabeths Boys School, Barnet; Queen Mary College, London (2(2)).

Leisure

Cream teas and spending time with my kids.

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