Nick Grandage joins Norton Rose
13 October 2010
Norton Rose LLP, the international legal practice, today announced that Nick Grandage has taken up his role as a structured trade and commodity finance partner in the London Banking practice.
Nick joins from Denton Wilde Sapte, where he was partner and co-Head of the Banking Group.
Nick has acted for a range of major international banks and borrowers and has wide-ranging banking experience gained in the UK and Asia. Between 1997 and 2002 he spent five years in Singapore and Hong Kong.
Martin McCann, Head of Infrastructure and Commodities, Norton Rose LLP, said:
“We are very pleased to welcome Nick, who is recognised as a leading practitioner in the structured trade and commodity finance field. He will be an important part of our wider international strategy and will strengthen significantly our trade and commodity practice”.
Nick Grandage, London banking partner, Norton Rose LLP, said:
“This is an incredibly exciting time to join. The creation of Norton Rose Australia earlier in the year is a clear statement of the ambition of the practice, and its global reach continues to grow. I’m greatly looking forward to playing my part in that continued growth”.
Nick Grandage is individually recognised by Chambers UK 2010 as an expert in emerging markets financings.
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