Osborne Clarke adds two new tax partners
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Osborne Clarke adds two new tax partners


Tracey Wright and Laurent Donnay de Casteau have become tax partners of Osborne Clarke.

Wright is based in the firm's Bristol office in the UK.  She specialises in advice to clients in the real estate and infrastructure sectors.

Donnay de Casteau is the first partner of the firm's newly-launched tax practice in Brussels.Formerly with Loyens & Loeff, he has more than 15 years of experience in all aspects of corporate and individual tax matters. He advises Belgian and international clients on their operations including corporate structuring/restructuring, M&A, private equity, investment funds and treasury centres, high net worth individuals and expatriate issues. He is particularly active in cross-border transactions involving France, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.

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