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Clifford Chance LLP

10 UPPER BANK STREET, LONDON, E14 5JJ, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7006 1000
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Fax 020 7006 5555
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149120 CANARY WHARF-3
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www.cliffordchance.com

Alex Nourry

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Work +442070068001
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Clifford Chance

Work Department

Corporate

Position

Partner and Head of London Antitrust Practice

Education

Hull University (LL.B) 1980


London: Corporate and commercial

EU and competition

Within: Leading individuals

Alex Nourry - Clifford Chance LLP

Within: EU and competition

Clifford Chance LLP  provides a ‘top level of service’, and is ‘always quick to respond and gets to the nub of issues quickly’. The team advises clients across a wide range of industries including financial institutions, healthcare, life sciences, chemicals, TMT and energy. ‘Fantastic’, ‘very smart’ and ‘very experienced’ practice head Alex Nourry acted for ENGIE on the sale of LNG assets to Total, advising on merger filings in the EU and other jurisdictions. The ‘outstandingly responsive, thorough and creative’  Nelson Jung has been involved with a number of the market changing merger control instructions in the past year, including Booker Group’s merger with Tesco, and client Delivery Hero’s sale of Hungry House to Just Eat. Jung and Greg Olsen also secured CMA clearance at Phase 1 of Mastercard’s £700m acquisition of Vocalink without divestment remedies. ‘Superstar’ Jenine Hulsmann has longstanding expertise in the energy, infrastructure, telecoms and media sectors and has recently been assisting Tele2 Sverige with the competition aspects of its Dutch operation with T-Mobile Netherlands. Other clients of the team include CVC, EDF and Pfizer. Elizabeth Sinclair and Laila Wood  are two names of note at senior associate level.

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London: Transport

Rail

Within: Rail

Clifford Chance LLP’s multi-disciplinary practice is noted for its ‘deep’ experience in rail sector mandates. It regularly handles high-profile rail projects and acts for rail infrastructure bodies, rail sector financiers, manufacturers and rail operators; TfL, Network Rail, Rock Rail, RBS, SMBC, CDPQ and Hermes Infrastructure are clients. Infrastructure partner Michael Pearson; EU and UK competition law specialist Nelson Jung; consultant Gavin Teague; Ranbir Hunjan, who specialises in asset finance, leasing and banking; corporate partner Amy Mahon; antitrust practice head Alex Nourry; and senior associate Dominic Watts are key figures. Paul Carrington heads the rail group.

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