Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. has hired the international law firm Clifford Chance Rogers & Wells to handle its $1 billion joint venture with HSBC Holdings P.L.C. to create the first global online banking and investment services company. London’s Norton Rose is representing the London-based international banking group HSBC.

The Clifford Chance attorneys are partners David Childs, Douglas French, Raj Parkash, Chris Bates, Dermot Turing and John Osborne in London; Laurence Cranch in New York; and Ira Hammerman in Washington, D.C.; and London associates David Moore, Simon Douglas, Nick Mace, Sylvain Magdinier, Monica Sah and John Robertson. The Merrill Lynch in-house attorneys are George Schieren, general counsel of Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith; Mark Goldfus, general counsel for corporate law; and in London, senior counsel Carolyn Hay and Andrea Lowenthal.

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