DLA Piper cuts 10 Hong Kong jobs in capital markets amid IPO slump
DLA Piper has made around 10 job cuts in Hong Kong amid an ongoing drop-off in capital markets work in the region. The group, which comprises associates and legal assistants in the firm's regional capital markets practice, is understood to have been laid off last month after news emerged in December that the firm planned to make a small number of redundancies across its Asia Pacific offices.
DLA Piper has made around 10 job cuts in Hong Kong amid an ongoing drop-off in capital markets work in the region.
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