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Clyde & Co has obtained the formal approval from the authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) that will enable it to open a fully integrated Clyde & Co office in Riyadh.
Clyde & Co has been awarded 18 ‘Law Firm of the Year’ category wins and 16 Honourable Mentions in an annual survey of over 21,000 in-house counsel and senior company directors across the Asia Pacific and Middle East regions, including being named ‘Most Responsive International Firm’, in the UAE for the fifth year running.
Clyde & Co is delighted to have acted for Standardkessel GmbH, a member of the Standardkessel Baumgarte Group, in connection with its appointment as EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) contractor for the GBP 74 million Speyside Renewable Energy Project, which is expected to be commissioned in 2016. The firm also acted for the Group in relation to corporate aspects of the project.
Stuart is a highly experienced maritime finance lawyer focusing on all aspects of commercial shipping. He joins as a partner at the firm from Mayer Brown's Banking and Finance team where he focused on shipping, offshore and energy particularly related to cross border asset and project finance transactions.
Clyde & Co announce arrival of Jonathan Brown into firm’s professional and commercial disputes group
Jonathan is a highly regarded insurance litigator, having spent the last 12 years working at a number of London firms. Jonathan joins from DWF Fishburns where he was in the firm's construction professional indemnity team.
A team from Clyde & Co in London and Dar es Salaam recently advised the Econet Wireless Group on three separate secured facilities totalling approximately USD 300 million.
Clyde & Co has hired Antonia Ford, formerly of DAC Beachcroft and Judith Martin, formerly of Keoghs, into their Casualty & Healthcare practice.
Clyde & Co is pleased to announce the appointment of Islamic finance specialist, Adil Hussain as a partner based in the firm’s Abu Dhabi office.
Clyde & Co have opened offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town and are now trading in South Africa.
As the 14th licensing round for shale gas kicks off today, fracking in protected areas such as national parks and "areas of outstanding natural beauty" have been banned, although energy companies have still been given the right to exploit shale gas reserves under private land without consent.