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Hogan Lovells hires Pinsent Masons M&A lawyer in Johannesburg

  • Green led SAfrica transactional companies for Pinsent Masons
  • Green’s purchasers included AB In Bev, BASF

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(Reuters) – Hogan Lovells mentioned on Tuesday it has employed companion Chris Green from Pinsent Masons to broaden its company and finance observe in Johannesburg.

At Pinsent Masons, Green led the agency’s South African transactional companies observe. He targeted on cross-border offers and suggested native, pan-African and worldwide purchasers on progress plans in Sub-Saharan Africa, in line with Hogan Lovells.

The agency mentioned Green’s purchasers have included Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, brewer AB InBev and chemical compounds maker BASF.

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Hogan Lovells gained a foothold in Africa when it mentioned in November 2013 it could mix with South African agency Routledge Modise. Hogan Lovells in August 2019 peeled off from its South Africa group, which it mentioned had remained financially and operationally separate post-merger, and opened up a brand new absolutely built-in outpost.

Johannesburg managing companion, Wessel Badenhorst, in a Tuesday assertion mentioned Hogan Lovells continues to construct its company, monetary companies and tech capabilities in South Africa with the addition of Green.

“We present the ideal platform for Chris to grow both domestic and worldwide relationships, significantly enhancing and complementing our expertise as well as our brand and presence in South Africa more generally.”

A Pinsent Masons spokesperson thanked Green for his contribution to the firm and wished him well.

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Signage is seen outside of the Hogan Lovells law company in Washington, D.C., U.S., August 30, 2020. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

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