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Dechert LLP

160 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, EC4V 4QQ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7184 7000
Fax:
Fax 020 7184 7001
DX:
30 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
Web:
https://www.dechert.com

Laura Brank

Tel:
Work 020 7184 7870
Email:
Dechert LLP

Work Department

Corporate.

Position

Laura Brank, the head of Dechert's Russia practice, has been acting for domestic and multinational clients on matters throughout Russia and the FSU since 1995, supervising major local and cross-border M&A, joint venture, and syndicated, corporate, private equity and project finance transactions, and providing general and corporate/commercial advice to her clients on a wide range of matters.

Career

Partner 2009.

Languages

Russian.

Member

Board of Directors, US-Russia Business Council.

Education

University of Maryland, Munich (1986 BA cum laude); Georgetown University Law Center (1991 JD); Georgetown University Edmund A Walsh School of Foreign Service (1991 MS Foreign Service).

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