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Senior appointments at Mourant Ozannes

Senior appointments at Mourant Ozannes

Friday 07 February 2014

Senior appointments at Mourant Ozannes

Friday 07 February 2014

Five lawyers at Mourant Ozannes have been promoted to senior positions within the firm.

Andrew Salisbury, Iain Millar, Jon Le Rossignol, Kirsten Faichnie and Tracey Powell have all been made senior associates.

Mourant Ozannes Managing Partner, Jonathan Rigby said: "The success of our firm is entirely attributable to the strength of our talented and experienced team. I'm delighted to recognise the achievement of these individuals."

Mr Salisbury is based in the firm's London office and specialises in banking, finance and corporate with experience in a range of transactions including those involving equity capital markets and public and private mergers and acquisitions.

Mr Millar (pictured with Advocate Faichnie) works in the Jersey financial and corporate practice and specialises in corporate, banking, finance and mergers and acquisitions work. Before joining Mourant Ozannes in 2011 he worked within Norton Rose LLP's corporate finance department.

Also based in London, Mr Le Rossignol has experience of a broad range of banking and finance transactions, with a focus on corporate and debt restructurings.  Prior to joining Mourant Ozannes in 2013, he worked in the London and Hong Kong offices of Allen & Overy.

Advocate Kirsten Faichnie joined Mourant Ozannes in 2006 and was sworn in as a Jersey Advocate in 2010. She specialises in alternative investment funds with a particular focus on private equity and property funds.

Tracey Powell specialises in banking and finance, corporate and funds.

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