Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright has announced today that Julian Traill will join the Moscow office as a partner.
Julian has been based in Russia since 2008. He advises international and Russian clients in various sectors including financial services, natural resources, agriculture, transport and infrastructure, consumer products and retail, IT and pharmaceuticals. His practice focuses primarily on corporate, M&A and private equity. Julian has previously practised with leading law firms in London and Sydney.
Julian replaces Nick Dingemans, who has recently relocated to Norton Rose Fulbright in Asia, to lead the corporate team in Singapore.
Anatoly Andriash, joint head of the Moscow office, commented:
“We remain strongly committed to Russia and I am delighted to welcome Julian, who has extensive experience of advising clients on deals in the market. His capabilities are very much aligned with the key strengths of our global practice. Julian will complement and enhance our Russian practice which is an integral part of our global capability.
“In parallel, we are seeing an increasing emphasis on Asia from our clients. Nick’s move adds further weight to our ability to meet the needs of Russian clients operating in the region and of Asia-based clients investing in Russia. We will continue to work closely with Nick in developing our Russian-Asian capabilities.”
Julian Traill said:
“I am delighted to be joining Norton Rose Fulbright. In recent years we have seen clients from an increasing range of geographies making investments in Russia. The quality of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Russian team, and the consistency of strength of the firm’s global practice across all key jurisdictions, provides an excellent platform to support clients who are active in Russia or considering opportunities in this market. I look forward to joining my new colleagues.”
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