Candidates emerge to compete for Linklaters global banking head role
A trio of Linklaters partners are competing to succeed Robert Elliott as global head of banking as the firm gears up to appoint a new practice chief later this month. Current global banking chief Robert Elliott's tenure is set to come to an end in October, when he will take over as the firm's new senior partner from David Cheyne. Managing partner Simon Davies and the firm's executive committee have now kicked off the process to appoint Elliott's successor.
A trio of Linklaters partners are competing to succeed Robert Elliott as global head of banking as the firm gears up to appoint a new practice chief later this month.
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