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Linklaters Business Services

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ONE SILK STREET, LONDON, EC2Y 8HQ, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7456 2000
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Fax 020 7456 2222
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Linklaters Business Services, Lucy Fergusson, London EC2Y, ENGLAND

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Lucy Fergusson

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Work 020 7456 3386
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Linklaters Business Services

Work Department

Capital markets, corporate.

Position

Partner in the corporate department. Specialist in corporate and securities law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, and domestic and international capital raising.

Career

Trainee solicitor Linklaters 1985-87; assistant solicitor 1987-96; secondment to London Stock Exchange to assist in rewriting of the Listing Rules 1990-91; partner corporate department, Linklaters 1996.

Education

Magdalen College, Oxford (1982 MA Modern History); College of Law (1985 CPE; LSF).


London: Risk advisory

Brexit

Within: Brexit

Linklaters LLP operates across practice areas and jurisdictions to assist clients with navigating Brexit-related challenges and opportunities. In the financial services sector, the firm's depth and breadth of expertise puts it on a strong footing to advise a wide range of financial institutions on the impact of Brexit on corporate structures, reorganisation/restructuring options, financial regulatory issues (such as passporting and equivalence), jurisdiction analysis (for relocation/setting up) and employee-related issues, among others. Michael Kent, Peter Bevan and Harry Eddis are among the practitioners to note in this space. The firm also engages extensively with UK and EU trade bodies, as well as regulators; Deepak Sitlani and Mark Brown have spoken on a number of occasions at ISDA conferences. Aside from financial services, the firm advises clients from various other industries on the implications of Brexit, including retail, energy and automotive. Christopher Bellamy QC and Lucy Fergusson jointly lead the group, which also includes Nicole Kar, Charlotte Morgan and Matthew Weiniger QC.

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