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Dear Friends and Members, I am delighted to write to you following the AGM of the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg which took place on 09 June 2021, and my subsequent re-election to the role of Chair. I am honoured to have been re-elected by the Council and I hope to continue to serve you, our Members, in the best way I can.
Head of corporate and partner Hida Ozveren discusses why she and her colleagues Séamus McCallion, Karine Lazarus and Luis Alberto Aguerre Enriquez decided to join Vandenbulke and says the outlook is bright for Luxembourg’s private equity sector.
PwC Luxembourg is proud to announce the admission of fourteen new partners to the firm, along with five new managing directors. They bring years of collective professional experience and expertise gathered from delivering projects all over the world.