French firm hit by loss of 29 partners
Leading French employment firm Barthelemy & Associes has lost 29 of its partners, who are leaving to set up a new practice. Capstan, which went live on 1 January, is made up of the majority of Barthelemys partnership, which had stood at around 40. It will be headed by Pascal Lagoutte, the former head of Barthelemys Paris office. Capstan has also taken Barthelemy chairman Alain Sauret. The new employment specialist estimates it will have revenues of e35m (£23m) and has nine offices around France.
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