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Norton Rose Fulbright

Matthew Findley

Work 44 20 7444 5844
Norton Rose Fulbright

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Tax; Employee benefits and compensation


London: Human resources

Employee share schemes

Within: Employee share schemes

Norton Rose FulbrightĀ 'stands out as a highly creative, dynamic and client-centric firm' that handles the full spectrum of share scheme issues encompassing international incentive arrangements and share scheme implementation. Team headĀ Matthew FindleyĀ is an 'invaluableĀ resource' for clients providing 'quick and insightful advice when it is most needed'. Findley's recent work includes advising Deliveroo on its UK and global employee incentivisation programmes, assisting IMI with its international share plan and executive remuneration matters, and handling the share scheme elements of SNC Lavalin's acquisition of WS Atkins. Clients also single out senior associateĀ Ann Moseley, who is 'absolutely outstanding and provides a great all-round service'.

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