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Pinsent Masons swings fund permissions ahead of Brexit

08 May 2019 / corporate law Print

Pinsent Masons swings fund permissions pre-Brexit

International law firm Pinsent Masons has successfully advised European firms LGIM Managers and Insight Investment Management.

The businesses were seeking an extension of permissions to their Alternative Investment Fund Management licences, as the asset management industry prepares itself for the impact of different Brexit outcomes.

Working across Ireland and Britain, the advising Pinsent Masons team included partner Gayle Bowen, Partner Elizabeth Budd and senior associates Marilyn Cooney and Ciara Ruane. 

Pleasure

Asset Management and Investment funds group partner Gayle Bowen said “It was a pleasure to work with such a talented team including our UK colleagues, and we were pleased to be able to help deliver the successful conclusion of these applications."

Pinsent Masons is a global 100 law firm, specialising particularly in the energy, infrastructure, financial services, real estate and advanced manufacturing and technology sectors. The firm employs over 3000 people worldwide, including around 1500 lawyers and 400 partners.

 

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