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Work 020 7920 3020
Fax 020 7920 3099
London, Reykjavik

Claire Broomhead

Work +44 207 920 3020

Work Department

London office




Claire has a broad experience of corporate transactional work, with a focus on cross-border M&A, joint ventures and private equity transactions. She works for a variety of clients, including private investment firms, financial institutions, owner-managers and trading companies. Claire has over 17 years of experience in the field of corporate law and M&A and spent her career prior to joining LOGOS in 2011 at Eversheds (Leeds) and Mallesons (Sydney).                        




The Law Society of England and Wales


Claire Broomhead is a Solicitor in England & Wales. She studied law at the University of Manchester (graduating in 1995) and College of Law in Chester (1998).

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Icelandic law firm LOGOS legal services opened its London office in 2005. Gudmundur Oddsson heads the office, which recently advised Valitor on its acquisition of IPS - International Payment Services, a UK-based secure payment solutions provider; and advised the shareholders of an Icelandic cloud software services provider on the sale of the company to a US cloud data service provider. The other names to note are Ann Grewar, Claire Broomhead, Gunnar Thor and Anna Huxster. Edward Dowler is a key senior associate.

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