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Emmanuelle Pontnau-Faure joins Ashurst

14 June 2017

Sandra Ekpo

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Ashurst have announced the appointment of Emmanuelle Pontnau-Faure as a partner in its Paris office.

Pontnau-Faure has a broad range of experience in corporate, finance, real estate, litigation and restructuring matters. In her new role, Pontnau-Faure will work very closely with the firm’s tax team in EMEA and the US.

Before joining the firm, Pontnau-Faure was a director at PwC and before that she worked at White & Case. 






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