Latham & Watkins appoints its new London managing partner

In the City, the new managing partner of the firm is the finance expert Jayanthi Sadanandan.

Verfasst am Thursday, March 26th 2015
Latham & Watkins appoints its new London managing partner
She succeeds Nick Cline, head of the Londoner Latham & Watkins for the past five years. Ms. Sadanandan graduated in 1999 from Harvard and is an expert in banking and financial law. She advises in complex transfrontier acquisitions and in financial leverage especially.
In 2014 she provided support to Onex, expert in private equity, in the acquisition of the Swiss packaging firm SIG Combibloc and to Goldman Sachs on the financing of the acquisition of Kerneos, the industrial equipment supplier, by the investment bank Astorg. Previously at White & Case, she has been with Latham & Watkins since 2010. She was appointed vice managing partner in 2013.
With Catherine Drinnan as vice managing partner, Jayanthi Sadanandan leads a team of seventy-four partners and one hundred and forty-five collaborators.