BLP set for top-level review with New Year managing partner vote
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) is gearing up to review its senior management with the managing partner role up for grabs early in the New Year. Current incumbent Neville Eisenberg is coming to the end of a nine-year stint as managing partner at the City firm. The vote is due for February with the three-year term set to begin on 1 May.Eisenberg, who ran uncontested during the 2003 and 2006 elections, was first elected in 1999 and ratified in 2001, when Berwin Leighton merged with Paisner & Co.
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