Pinsents seals joint venture deal with Singapore association firm
Pinsent Masons has entered into a joint venture with Singapore ally MPillay that will allow the firm to practise aspects of local law in the region. The new venture, which will be called Pinsent Masons MPillay, will see both firms share profits. MPillay founder and managing partner Mohan Pillay will become a partner at Pinsents and the UK firm will relocate partner Jon Howe and senior associate Wei Yaw Lam from its Hong Kong office to support the new venture.
Pinsent Masons has entered into a joint venture with Singapore ally MPillay that will allow the firm to practise aspects of local law in the region.
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