Charles Russell Speechlys adds two partners in Luxembourg
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Charles Russell Speechlys adds two partners in Luxembourg


Charles Russell Speechlys has hired Jean-Baptiste Beauvoir-Planson as a corporate law partner, and promoted Yacine Diallo to partner, in its Luxembourg office.

Beauvoir-Planson, a lawyer, adds 12 years of corporate law practice to Charles Russell Speechlys’ Luxembourg office. He focuses on Private equity houses, multinational companies, and private clients on their inbound and outbound investments.

Diallo specialises in cross-border holdings, financing strategies, international tax structuring, providing assistance for private equity houses and real estate funds on their fund raising structures, and advising family offices and private clients on wealth management structures.

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