Former Linklaters Tokyo chief joins MoFo in Japan
Morrison & Foerster has recruited Linklaters veteran Tony Grundy, six months after the capital markets partner retired from the magic circle firm's Tokyo office. Grundy launched Linklaters' Tokyo office in 1987 and was most recently managing partner of the office between 2000 and 2007.His practice focuses on international debt, equity and the adaptation of European products to the Japanese market. He has also advised on refinancings and restructurings.MoFo has one of the largest presences in Japan of any international firm, with over 30 partners. However, Grundy will be the first English law-qualified partner in the office.
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