Linklaters Projects Head Gets Global Role
Linklaters has promoted projects partner Bruce White to the position of global head of projects, replacing Alan Black, who had spent 12 years in the role. White, who is currently the firm’s head of PFI and PPP, one of the divisions in the projects department, will take on his new post from 1 May. The firm is also sending London projects partner Stuart Salt to Hong Kong, to head up the banking and projects group for Asia in a newly-created role.
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