Chair's Note

Dear WSG Members,

I hope this edition of the Network Wire finds you well. It has been a very active first five months of the year, and I am continually impressed to see how our members successfully collaborate, participate, and contribute to the success of the WSG network. As part of our important objectives set for 2022, I have several exciting updates on various initiatives to share below.

With a continued focus on technology and innovation, a WSG network re-brand was recently launched. This included a new website with the refreshed identity visually communicating our network as a global leader and resource. We have received great positive feedback from members and external industry leaders. There are ongoing updates happening daily, so please continue to explore the website and features often.

Networking and developing business relationships continue to be what makes this network successful. We are pleased to announce we are back to in-person meetings once again. To date, we have had two in-person group meetings with an additional four group meetings on the calendar. Additionally, I am happy to report that the WSG Europe Regional Meeting 2022 will be in-person in June and the WSG Annual Meeting 2022 will take place in September. After several years of the Pandemic, members will again enjoy having the opportunity to re-connect this way.

Although in-person events are back, we continue to hold many virtual events with seven meetings to date and 3 planned in the coming months. We expect these virtual meetings will continue to be welcomed and well attended with member firm and client key speakers providing important industry topic updates. I encourage you to join practice area specific Groups and attend these events that offer a tremendous amount of member value. And, please share with your colleagues and clients.

In addition, the WSG Recruitment and Retention Committee and the WSG Regional Councils are actively working together on prospective member outreach in key targeted jurisdictions, with the goal of adding new members in these locations throughout the year. We look forward to welcoming and introducing these firms to you all as they join.

Finally, as the world deals with critical changing times, we have launched an online WSG Global Crisis Hub that includes web sections tied to the major world crisis. The Hub currently holds the War in Ukraine Crisis hub, and will soon house the Covid Hub from the previous web site. The Crisis Hub will provide a location for global articles and content, access to global crisis teams and humanitarian information among other options.

On behalf of the Executive Committee and the WSG Board of Directors, I thank you again for all your contributions and for your continued support. As always, I would like to encourage you to reach out to me with your thoughts on how we, as a group and organization, can continue to improve and grow the network.

Yours sincerely,

Stefan Erhag
World Services Group

In The News

Asia Pacific

DFDL advised Pacific Energy Group, LLC (Pacific Energy), through its subsidiary, Eleris Energy Limited, Hong Kong which has signed a Joint Venture Agreement with the Bangladesh Army Welfare Trust, to build a 1,000MW, USD 1.7 billion alternative energy solar field in Bangladesh. This was an important deal as upon completion, the solar field will be tied with the 5th largest solar field in the world, and discussion continues to expand the project to become the largest solar field in the world. This will help Bangladesh become a world leader in reducing their carbon footprint to fight climate change.

DFDL Bangladesh team was led by Shahwar Nizam (Partner & Bangladesh Managing Director) and supported by Saif Bhuiyan (Senior Associate) and Araf Rahman (Trainee).

Han Kun's Hong Kong associated law firm advised Zhejiang Tianzihu Industry Investment Co., Ltd. as its international legal advisor on its issuance of U.S. credit enhanced bonds. The listing of the bonds with the benefit of an irrevocable standby letter of credit issued by Bank of Ningbo Huzhou Branch on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (stock code: 5045) commenced on 16 March 2022. The joint global coordinators, joint bookrunners and joint lead managers of the issuance are CNCB Capital, Haitong International, Alpha International Securities, BOCOM International and Industrial Bank Hong Kong Branch.

The issuer, Zhejiang Tianzihu Industry Investment Co., Ltd., is a key infrastructure construction entity based in the Anji Demonstration Zone, Zhejiang province. It is primarily engaged in infrastructure construction and the excavation and sale of bentonite.

Kochhar & Co. represented Sterlite Power (one of India’s leading power transmission infrastructure companies) on an INR 12,00,00,00,000 (Rupees Twelve Hundred Crores) refinancing of its power transmission SPV, Khargone Transmission Limited (KTL) for implementing the transmission system for the Western Region associated with Khargone Thermal Power Plant (1,320 MW). KTL secured the entire debt funding from Aseem Infrastructure Finance Limited, NIIF Infrastructure Finance Limited and Aditya Birla Finance Limited. The matter was led by Partner Ms. Parul Verma and supported by Associate Swapnil Sant.

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Leading law firm, MinterEllisonRuddWatts advised Soul Machines on its USD70 million capital raise led by Japanese venture capital firm, SoftBank.

The Auckland based AI start-up plans to use the new funds to expand its research into mimicking human intelligence, and boost its teams based in Auckland and at its second research centre in Arizona.

The new investors include SoftBank, and three US based venture capital firms: Solasta Ventures, Liberty City Ventures and Cleveland Avenue.

MinterEllisonRuddWatts Corporate Partner Mark Forman said: “This is a great outcome for Soul Machines. We are extremely proud to be working with such a cutting-edge company as it leads the way with revolutionary humanised AI platforms in an increasingly digital world.”

The MinterEllisonRuddWatts team, led by Mark Forman included partner Tom Maasland and Senior Associate James Marrier.

Soul Machines was co-founded in 2016 by tech entrepreneurs Greg Cross and Academy Weta Digital alumnus Mark Sagar. The company creates ‘virtual humans’ that are used by major consumer brands to interact with customers on screens in stores and online.


Shepherd and Wedderburn has supported long standing client Scottish Sea Farms (SSF) in its £164 million purchase of the UK fish farming interests of Greig Seafood ASA.

Specialists from across the firm provided sector-leading expertise to SSF on numerous aspects of this prominent acquisition, with our regulatory and markets lawyers advising on the competition law aspects of the deal, and the corporate finance and banking teams successfully concluding the deal on 15 December.

This is a highly significant transaction in the fish farming sector and was subject to review and approval by the Competition and Markets Authority.

The acquisition firmly cements SSF as one of the UK’s largest fish farmers and will increase its annual production harvest capacity to 46,000 tonnes.

George Frier, Head of Corporate and of Food and Drink at Shepherd and Wedderburn, said: “We are extremely pleased to support our client in concluding this long-anticipated deal, which adds significant capacity to Scottish Sea Farms’ estate and will assist the business in meeting rising demand. This deal required numerous experts from relevant specialisms across our firm and illustrates the collaborative, cross-discipline approach we use to achieve the best outcome for our clients.”

Jim Gallagher, Managing Director of Scottish Sea Farms, commented: “We are delighted to have concluded this strategic purchase and want to thank the team at Shepherd and Wedderburn for such strong support, particularly navigating the competition law clearance process.”

KSB Advises ARETE on Developing New Logistics Park

Arete Group’s third fund, which focuses on industrial and logistics assets in the CEE region, is starting construction on a new logistics park in Valašské Meziříčí.

The park will have 21,000 square meters of space, and the total investment will exceed EUR 15 million. Upon completion, the entire park will be BREEAM certified and will meet the latest environmental requirements and standards in terms of long-term sustainability.

The first two development stages already have a future tenant, which is DB Schenker, a leading logistics company which is planning to operate a distribution centre for a major coffee producer in one of the halls.

KSB's team (Jiří Horník, Dana Jacková, Jakub Porod and Zuzana Slabá) provided Arete with legal due diligence of the real estate on which the park is to be developed and was in charge of drafting and negotiating the transaction documentation.

More information about the project can be found here

Bucharest, 28 March 2022: Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) successfully represented Societatea Națională a Apelor Minerale SA in a complex dispute, generated by illegal findings of the Romanian Court of Accounts, which raised complicated issues of European and national law concerning the method of calculating the mining royalty related to the production of mineral water.

Societatea Națională a Apelor Minerale S.A. („SNAM”) is the most important company in the field of research, exploration and exploitation of natural mineral water resources in Romania, holding 45% of the licenses in the market, currently supplying, through authorized partners, approximately 75% of the volumes of natural mineral water bottled by companies active in this field.

SNAM’s arguments, as developed and presented to the court by NNDKP, were validated by the High Court of Cassation and Justice of Romania in a solution that we welcome, which confirmed, once again, the importance and priority of the principles of legality, economic freedom, legitimate expectations and of legal certainty, specific to a democratic European state, which do not allow abuses based on mere suspicion and presumption.

The NNDKP team that assisted Societatea Națională a Apelor Minerale SA during the course of the dispute included Daniela Gramaticescu, Partner, Alexandru Lăcureanu, Senior Associate, and Călin Bîrsan, Associate, members of the firm’s Dispute Resolution practice, team that has successfully managed a wide range of fiscal and other administrative disputes.

“We are pleased with the successful resolution of this dispute and the confirmation by the courts of the fairness and correctness of our defenses related to such complex technical legal matters. The solution reflects our team’s efforts, but, first of all, is the result of an impartial, objective, and very well prepared justice, which only makes us happy”, said Daniela Gramaticescu.

NNDKP's Dispute Resolution Practice coordinated by Ana Diculescu-Șova is independently recognized as a force in the area of arbitration, litigation and dispute resolution, being constantly highly ranked by reputed international guides such as Chambers and Partners, since 2007, and The European Legal 500 guide, since 2002. With 9 Partners coordinating a team of over 40 litigators active in Bucharest and in the other regional offices, NNDKP has the necessary resources to handle complex cases, which include several parties or extend over many years, and can offer sustainable strategies in order to mitigate potential future risks.

After having advised on the acquisition (including the acquisition financing) of One Telecommunications – the second-largest mobile operator in Albania, in 2019 from OTE / Deutsche Telekom and the refinancing of the original acquisition financing in 2021, at the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022 BOYANOV & Co. advised the sellers on the sale of One Telecommunications to the Hungarian IT service management company 4iG.

Other counsels of the deal on the Sellers’ side were Dentons and Kalo & Associates.

The transaction was successfully closed on 21 March 2022.

BOYANOV & Co.’s team was led by partner Damian Simeonov and included Principal Associate Ralitsa Nedkova and other lawyers.

PLMJ advised Helexia on the acquisition of Ewen Energy. Helexia is a French company operating in Portugal since 2016 in the devlopment of self-consumption solutions. The French company has acquired 60% of the Porto-based consultancy Ewen Energy and this is its first acquisition in the Portuguese market.

The PLMJ team responsible for the transaction was coordinated by João Marques Mendes, the partner who is co-head of PLMJ's Energy practice, and by Nuno Serrão Faria, senior associate in the Corporate M&A practice. They were assisted by associates Ana Nunes Teixeira and João Trindade da Silva.

Latin America

BLP has advised IDB Invest on its senior loan for up to $25 million to American Industrial Park S.A. de C.V. (AIP). AIP is one of the leading companies in El Salvador in the construction and administration of free trade zones and industrial parks, with more than 25 years of experience in the market. It currently manages more than 200,000 m2 of industrial space, housing 26 companies that employ more than 12,000 people. Part of AIP’s business line is power generation, which it uses both for self-consumption and for sale to the domestic grid. This ensures that AIP conducts a cleaner operation for both its own and its customers’ activities, contributing to the diversification of the energy matrix in El Salvador. The proposed financing involves two main objectives: (1) the construction of new industrial infrastructure in the Group’s new Orion Industrial Park as a free trade zone to attract and expand Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the country; and (2) the installation of solar panels on the roofs of the industrial park to meet internal demand, generating at least 7.75 MWh of clean energy per year.

This complex deal is of great importance because it increases the competitiveness of El Salvador’s industrial sector.

Buenos Aires, March 30th, 2022. After exercising a sale option on October 1st, 2021, and following a negotiation process, fourteen of the most important banks in Argentina (Banco Santander Río S.A., Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aires S.A.U., Banco BBVA Argentina S.A., Banco Macro S.A., Banco de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, HSBC Bank Argentina S.A., Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Argentina) S.A.U., Banco Patagonia S.A., Nuevo Banco de Santa Fe S.A., Banco Itaú Argentina S.A., Banco Comafi S.A., Banco de la Nación Argentina, Banco Credicoop Coop. Ltdo. and Branch of Citibank N.A. established in the Argentine Republic) together with Visa Internacional sold the remaining 49% stake in Prisma Medios de Pago S.A. to Advent International last March 18th. Prisma is the leading company in electronic payment methods in Argentina, the licensee of the VISA brand, and the owner of Banelco, Payway, Todo Pago, LaPos, and Pago mis Cuentas.

Beccar Varela and Covington & Burling LLP acted as deal counsel for the sellers, , while Cravath, Swaine & Moore advised on dispute resolution matters. Baker McKenzie advised the buyer.

The sale price was approximately US$360 million, financed over a six-year term, with instruments subject to the New York Law and guarantees for the financed price governed by the Argentine law.

The acquisition was completed within the framework of the divestment agreement entered into with the Federal Competition Authority. With this acquisition, Advent completed the purchase of the 100% stake in Prisma.

This acquisition constitutes a milestone for having successfully concluded the divestment started in 2019 and being one of the most important deals in Argentina in recent years.

Legal counsel to sellers

In Argentina
Beccar Varela: partners Roberto H. Crouzel, María Shakespear, María Benson, Carolina Serra (M&A), Agustín Waisman (Competition), Pablo J. Torretta (FX and financing regulation), and Santiago L. Montezanti (Tax law), and associates Valeria Kemerer, Delfina Carregal, Agustina Saporiti, Francisco Grosso and Marina Alvarado.

In the USA
Covington & Burling LLP: Sergio Urias, Thomas Lopez, Brent Little, and Nicole Duclos.

Prisma Medios de Pago: Juan Cruz Alvarez and Eliana Tylkovitch.

Legal counsel to the buyer, Advent International Corporation

In Argentina
Baker McKenzie (Buenos Aires): partners Vanina Caniza, Gabriel Gómez-Giglio, Francisco Fernández-Rostello, and Geraldine Mirelman, and associates Rocío Rojas Iglesias and Candelaria Munilla.

In the USA
Baker McKenzie (New York and Chicago): partner Alan Zoccolillo.

The Central America Bottling Corporation, CBC Bottling Holdco, S.L. and Beliv Holdco, S.L. have made a Senior Sustainability Notes issuance in the international capital markets for an amount of US$1,100,000,000.00 with a 5.250% interest payable in 2029 and guaranteed by companies of the food and beverages conglomerate based in Guatemala.

Citigroup Global Markets Inc. and J.P. Morgan Securities LLC acted as structuring agents of the issuance registered in Luxemburg and governed by New York law.

The interesting thing about this issuance is that the interest rate of the Senior Sustainability Notes is tied to the achievement of certain environmental sustainability goals and compromises consisting on: (i) green gas emissions reduction in its multijurisdictional operation and (ii) waste to landfill reduction in the areas where its main plant facilities operate. Compliance of these commitments will be determined using a base line that was established as per international level methodology and best environmental standards to be verified by a third-party independent reviewer.

ALTA – QIL4 Abogados is delighted with its participation in this innovative green transaction with an important and creative environmental component to motivate and incentive best environmental practices and reduce the company’s carbon footprint. We are proud of the team that participated in this transaction, congratulations to Alejandro Cofiño, Andrés Lowenthal and Ignacio Grazioso.

North America & Caribbean

Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP advised Pacific Gas and Electric Company (“PG&E”) in connection with its issuance of $1 billion aggregate principal amount of 3.25% First Mortgage Bonds due 2024, $400 million aggregate principal amount of 4.20% First Mortgage Bonds due 2029, $450 million aggregate principal amount of 4.40% First Mortgage Bonds due 2032 and $550 million aggregate principal amount of 5.25% First Mortgage Bonds due 2052. PG&E, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation, is a public utility operating company in northern and central California. PG&E was incorporated in California in 1905. PG&E provides natural gas and electric service to approximately 16 million people throughout a 70,000-square-mile service area in northern and central California. PG&E generates revenues mainly through the sale and delivery of electricity and natural gas to customers.

The Hunton Andrews Kurth team included Michael F. Fitzpatrick, Kevin C. Felz, Patrick C. Jamieson and Reuben H. Pearlman. Robert McNamara and Tim Strother provided tax advice. Robert Johnson and Christopher Hasbrouck provided real estate advice. Eric Nedell, Douglas Murphy and Ian Hutter provided credit facility advice.

Haynes and Boone, LLP served as counsel to Earthstone Energy, Inc. in its acquisition of the assets of Midland Basin operator Bighorn Permian Resources, LLC in a cash-and-stock transaction worth approximately $860 million. This transaction comes on the heels of Haynes Boone’s representation of Earthstone in its recently announced $600 million acquisition of assets from another Permian Basin operator in Chisholm Energy Holdings LLC.

The Bighorn Permian deal was announced Jan. 31, 2022, and is expected to close in the second quarter of 2022.

The Haynes Boone deal team included Austin Elam, partner and Co-Chair of the Oil and Gas Practice Group; Partners Kim Mai and Raquel Alvarenga; and Associates Camie Carlock, Briana Hopes, and Reem Abdelrazik.

"The transformation of Earthstone continues with the announcement of the significant and highly-accretive Bighorn Acquisition. Combining the Bighorn Acquisition with the four acquisitions completed in 2021 and the pending Chisholm Acquisition, we will have more than quadrupled our daily production rate, greatly expanded our Permian Basin acreage footprint, and increased our Free Cash Flow generating capacity by many multiples since year-end 2020,” Robert J. Anderson, president and CEO of Earthstone, commented in a company release.

Dinsmore & Shohl LLP demonstrated the strength of its public finance practice by maintaining its top-20 position nationally, attaining higher placements in Pennsylvania and Illinois than in years past and, for the second year in a row, ranking first overall in Kentucky in The Bond Buyer 2021 rankings.

Thomson Reuters compiles transaction data for bond counsel services for The Bond Buyer.

Nationally, Dinsmore clinched a top-20 spot, serving as bond counsel on 238 deals totaling $5.1 billion.

“Except for a brief stoppage in the early days of the pandemic, the municipal bond market set records for volume in both 2020 and 2021,” said Dinsmore Finance Department Chair Tom Wilson. “As The Bond Buyer rankings show, our public finance practice certainly reflected that increased activity. We are proud to be able to assist our clients in reaching their financing goals and are grateful for the trust they have placed in us. I would be remiss if I didn’t recognize the incredible job our attorneys and staff did in working through all the various issues related to the pandemic in order get transactions completed. I’m honored to work with such dedicated professionals on a daily basis.”

Dinsmore claimed the No. 1 spot as underwriter’s counsel in the Mideast for long-term new municipal issues, with 19 transactions totaling $2.4 billion. The firm was ranked 17th overall for underwriter’s counsel with 45 deals totaling $3.2 billion. Other rankings include:

  • Second as underwriter’s counsel for pollution control long-term municipal new issues, with a 20.6% market share;
  • Third overall in Ohio with 72 issues totaling $2.4 billion;
  • Fourth in Pennsylvania with the highest number of issues, up from fifth in the state the year prior;
  • Sixth as bond counsel for solid waste resource recovery long-term municipal new issues;
  • Seventh as underwriter’s counsel for higher education long-term municipal new issues, totaling $943.9 million;
  • Eighth as bond counsel for public power long-term municipal new issues, totaling $509.8 million;
  • Eleventh overall in Colorado; and
  • Eleventh-ranked bond counsel in Illinois – significant progress from 28th in 2020.
Dinsmore is a nationally recognized municipal bond counsel firm, which delivers approving opinions with respect to hundreds of tax-exempt financings, aggregating billions of dollars each year. Firm attorneys serve as bond counsel for a variety of government borrowers, including state and municipal governments, as well as school districts and universities. In addition, the firm serves as bond counsel for many health care, 501(c)(3), multi-family and single-family financings.

The fund, which closed at its hard cap, has attracted commitments from a globally diverse group of top-tier institutional investors, including European, North American, Asian, and Australian investors across a range of institution types such as endowments and foundations, family offices, private pensions, public pensions, asset managers and sovereign wealth funds.

Working alongside onshore counsel Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, the Carey Olsen team advising FitzWalter on the structuring, financing and regulatory aspects of the fund's establishment as a Jersey Private Fund was led by partner James Mulholland, with assistance from senior associate Thomas MacAdie and paralegal Charlie Hurst.

James said: "It was great to assist FitzWalter Capital on the launch of its inaugural fund. Closing at the hard cap is testament to the confidence that investors have in the FitzWalter team, while the decision to establish the fund in Jersey also reinforces the jurisdiction's continued attractiveness to first time managers, particularly those who can avail of the popular Jersey Private Fund regime."

Established in 2020, FitzWalter specialises in providing capital and capability, and supporting management teams in unlocking the full potential of a business or asset, particularly in contexts of complexity, transition and other special situations. Since fundraising, FWCP I has completed a number of investments in the business services and aircraft leasing sectors.

WSG Insights

WSG Highlight: Explore Our New Look

WSG recently introduced a network rebrand with the launch of a new website. The refreshed identity reflects WSG’s continued global expansion and focus on innovation driven offerings that provide true value and resources that go far beyond traditional networking.

WSG Groups: Learning & Networking Opportunities

WSG Practice, Industry and Specialty Groups continue to grow with new leaders, members and a variety of in-person and virtual events. Joining and participating in a Group is a great way to network, build relationships and share best practices both regionally and globally.

WSG Collaborations: Dealmakers Program

The WSG Dealmakers Program offers members a platform for sharing key business opportunities across the network and generating future business deals. Members can easily submit and share a deal opportunity, and search current ones by industry, type and region.

Recent Happenings

WSG IBA Networking Luncheon

11 April 2022Paris, France
World Services Group and host firm Jeantet invited members to a WSG Networking Luncheon. This networking event was held in conjunction with the 10th IBA European Corporate and Private M&A Conference in Paris, France.

WSG ABA International Law Section Breakfast

28 April 2022Washington, D.C.
The WSG Trade and Investment Group welcomed members to a WSG Networking Breakfast. This networking event was held in conjunction with the ABA 2022 International Law Section Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

Upcoming Events

WSG Tech, Media, & Telecom Group Europe Meeting

12-13 May 2022Madrid, Spain
The WSG Technology, Media and Telecommunications Group invites members to its annual TMT Group Meeting hosted by Garrigues in Madrid, Spain. The meeting will cover the latest updates and new challenges for IT Law and Privacy in the digital economy. And offer a great opportunity to meet in-person in Europe after the past several years of virtual events. We invite WSG members to once again network with colleagues and strengthen relationships in-person. This is the first in-person TMT group meeting in Europe since 2019.

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WSG Automotive Group Discussion: Supply Chain Issues in Europe

19 May 2022Virtual
Join the WSG Automotive Group for a discussion on the topic of supply chain issues in Europe. Participants will share current trends in their jurisdictions and practical experiences.

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WSG Asia Pacific Region Discussion: Offshore Law Regimes

24 May 2022Virtual
Join us for an insightful discussion on why offshore structures are popular in Asia, and how offshore proceedings can be used in support of onshore litigation.

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WSG Life Sciences & Patent Law Group Europe Meeting

25 - 27 May 2022Edinburgh, Scotland
The WSG Life Science & Patent Law Groups invite members to its annual cross practice group meeting hosted by Shepherd and Wedderburn in Edinburgh, Scotland. This meeting will cover important topics and issues within the industry and will be a great opportunity to meet in-person in Europe after the past several years of virtual events. We invite WSG members to once again network with colleagues and strengthen relationships in-person. This is the first in-person Life Sciences Group meeting in Europe since 2019.

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WSG 2022 European Regional Meeting

01 - 03 June 2022Stockholm, Sweden
Delphi invites WSG members to the WSG European Regional Meeting 2022. This will be the first in-person WSG regional meeting since 2019. The meeting will be held in Stockholm, Sweden, and the program will feature guest speakers, panels and discussions. This will be a great opportunity to reconnect through multiple networking opportunities with colleagues in the region.

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WSG Banking & Finance Group Europe Meeting

23 - 24 June 2022Amsterdam, Netherlands
The WSG Banking & Finance Group invites members to its annual Meeting hosted by Van Doorne V.N. in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This meeting will be a great opportunity to meet in-person in Europe after the past several years of virtual events. We invite WSG members to once again network with colleagues and strengthen relationships in-person. This is the first in-person Banking & Finance group meeting in Europe since 2019.

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WSG 2022 Annual Meeting

07 - 09 September 2022San Francisco, United States of America
The WSG 2022 Annual Meeting hosted by Hanson Bridgett LLP will take place in San Francisco, California. This will be the first in-person WSG annual meeting since the 2019. The program will feature guest speakers, panel perspectives and discussions. This will be great opportunity to reconnect in-person since 2019 offering multiple networking opportunities to reconnect strengthen relationships within the network.

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Employment and Labor Group Annual Meeting

13-14 October 2022Amsterdam, Netherlands
The WSG Employment and Labor Group invites members to its annual Employment and Labor Group meeting hosted by Van Doorne in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This meeting will be a great opportunity to meet in-person in Europe after the past several years of virtual events. We invite WSG members to once again network with colleagues and strengthen relationships in-person. This is the first in-person Employment and Labor group meeting in Europe since 2019.

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