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New practice head for firm

New practice head for firm

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An Australian NewLaw firm is proud to announce it has recruited a new practice leader.

LegalVision has declared that Anurag Verma (pictured) has joined the firm’s growing corporate advisory practice as a practice leader.

Mr Verma brings eight years’ experience to his new role. Prior to joining LegalVision, Mr Verma worked as a senior associate at Allens Linklaters and an associate at Linklaters LLP in London. Most recently he was a corporate lead of Allens Accelerate.

Throughout his career, Mr Verma has also worked at Clayton Utz in the firm’s corporate and capital markets practice group.

According to a statement from LegalVision, Mr Verma has vast experience in both private and public M&A, both in Australia and the United Kingdom, and has acted for a large range of clients including private equity investment firms, multinational financial institutions, ASX 100 corporations and start-ups, on both domestic and cross-border transactions.

“Anurag’s depth of experience in M&A and start-ups will be a great asset to our clients,” said Lachlan McKnight, CEO of LegalVision.

“As we continue to work with more enterprise clients, his appointment will help with the significant demand we see in the corporate advisory space.”

Commenting on his new role, Mr Verma said it was LegalVision’s innovative culture that attracted him to the firm.

“I look forward to expanding the firm’s offering in the corporate and emerging companies’ sector,” he said.

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