Benelux: A tale of two cities
Simmons has finally capitulated and launched an Amsterdam office, adding to the barrage of mixed messages coming from Dutch practices on their respective reasons for being - or not being - in Rotterdam. James Illman reports from the Netherlands
“The firm is in Rotterdam because we have always been there and been successful. We want to be where our clients are. From Rotterdam we have good links with London, Duesseldorf and Frankfurt. The Dutch market is small enough to do the work from a single location.”
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