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Rödl & Partner reshapes France presence

Rödl & Partner is to open a second office in France, following the appointment of former EY Germany director Nicola Lohrey as the firm managing partner.

Lohrey, who previously headed the German desk at EY France, took over the leadership of Rödl & Partner in France on 1 March.

Qualified in both France and Germany, Lohrey has practiced in Paris since 1977 and specialised in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, post-merger integration and restructuring.

Rödl & Partner France is scheduled to open its second office, in Strasbourg, on 1 May, which will provide consulting services for industrial manufacturing clients with a presence in Eastern France.

The new office will be managed by associate partner Céline Kammerer, a lawyer and also a former EY staffer. Kammerer will also head Rödl & Partner's employment law practice in France.

Rödl & Partner's board of managing partners chairman Christian Rödl said: "France remains one of the key markets in Europe. As a firm of German origin, we believe France is also critical for us as the world's most important trading partner for German business."



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