26 Jan 2012 | 03:10 pm |
International law firm Pinsent Masons continues to expand its banking and restructuring practice in London with the appointment of a banking partner from SNR Denton. Ian Roberts' arrival strengthens the growing City banking practice.
Ian is also recognised as a leading consumer finance practitioner and advises on all aspects of consumer credit and related matters. This has included advising on implementation of the Consumer Credit Directive and on many of the largest credit card portfolio acquisitions in the UK market over the last ten years. He has also advised a wide range of consumer credit regulatory issues such as default charges and OFT licensing requirements. His arrival bolsters the breadth and depth of the firm's bank advisory service.
Commenting on the arrival, Stephen Miles, Head of Financial Institutions at Pinsent Masons said, "I am delighted that Ian has joined us. His arrival is another important step towards growing our successful banking and restructuring team in the City."
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