- Financial Services Partner from Clifford Chance
- Real Estate/Dispute Resolution Partner from CMS
City Law firm, Rosenblatt Solicitors, is pleased to announce the appointment of two new partners – Bruno Fatier as a Partner specialising in financial services and Caroline DeLaney as a Partner specialising in real estate disputes.
Bruno Fatier was previously with Clifford Chance Paris and, for the last 13 years, has been intensively working in a much EU law-shaped industry.
Bruno’s versatile practice covers the full range of financial services from funds and asset management to payments through general banking, derivatives, market infrastructure and asset freeze. His constant focus is on pan-European advisory and transactional work, but he also has significant experience in cross-border financial service disputes, acting for a broad spectrum of clients including banks, brokers, institutional investors, sovereign and private equity funds, payment service providers and e-money institutions, services, e-commerce companies, retailers as well as clearing, settlement and other market infrastructure service providers.
Caroline DeLaney has for many years been recognised as a leader in her field by legal directories such as ‘Legal 500’ and ‘Chambers UK’ and was previously head of real estate disputes at international law firm CMS and City firm Kingsley Napley.
Caroline’s practice covers the full range of real estate disputes. Her focus is on commercial property, but she also has extensive experience of residential and agricultural disputes, acting for a broad spectrum of clients including institutional investors, high net-worth individuals, developers, retailers and leisure operators, charities, public bodies and insolvency practitioners.
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Commenting on Bruno Fatier’s appointment, Tom Ferns, Head of Corporate at Rosenblatt, said:
“Bruno is a leading, committed and long-standing practitioner in the financial sector and his appointment further strengthens our ability to advise our clients on the full range of their activities and help them succeed through their cross-border, pan-European and specifically English law and French law environment.”
Commenting on Caroline DeLaney’s appointment, Andrew Kinsey, Head of Real Estate at Rosenblatt, said:
“Caroline is a first class operator and her appointment further strengthens our ability to provide the full range of services for top level real estate clients. Having completed over £700 million of transactions in the last quarter alone, it also underlines our commitment to being a full service real estate team.”