Barlow Lyde & Gilbert is set to ask nearly 10 percent of its partnership to leave if its merger with Clyde & Co is approved by both firms’ partnerships this week.

Around 10 of Barlows’ 97 partners are expected to be asked to go as part of the terms of the tie-up. Of the remainder, at least 32 are expected to join the equity at the combined firm, compared with a current equity partner count of 64 at Barlows.

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