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Olga Loy re-joins Jenner & Block

Olga Loy, a tax and private equity lawyer, has re-joined Jenner & Block as a partner in the Chicago office.

Loy joins the firm’s tax and private equity practice where she will plan and structure complex business transactions, including corporate M&A, leveraged buyouts, recapitalisations and venture capital investments.

She also specialises in advising investment advisers, hedge funds, registered investment companies and broker-dealers across an extensive range of investment management, securities and general corporate matters. 

Before she re-joined Jenner & Block, Loy was a transactional partner at Jones Day in Chicago, while she has also worked in the private equity and tax practices of Mayer Brown and Kirkland & Ellis.

Loy began her career as an associate at Jenner & Block in 1998.

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