MAGNUSSON BOOSTS ITS PRACTICE IN SWEDEN WITH ARRIVAL OF MÅRTEN TAGAEUS
Mårten previously managed the environmental law team at Mannheimer Swartling. His practice includes environmental, construction and real estate law.
"After working 14 years at Mannheimer Swartling out of which 7 years as the partner, I now seek some new challenges in life, even though it was real pleasure to work at Mannheimer. The ability to work at such an extremely business-oriented law firm as Magnusson will be an exciting challenge providing the opportunity to combine practice of law with warm and work-friendly atmosphere with which it is hard to compete," said Mårten Tagaeus.
"We are extremely excited that Mårten has chosen Magnusson as the place for his new professional path. Both the motivation and personality of Mårtens suits our business model, which is based on entrepreneurial spirit focusing on human values and personal relationships. The expertise of Mårtens in real estate, construction and environmental law will substantially contribute to and bolster up our real estate team, for which he will be responsible at Magnusson," said Charlotte Bus, Managing Partner of Magnusson in Sweden.
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Amendments made to the AML Law
Amendments have been made to the Law on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism and Proliferation Financing, also known as the AML Law. The amendments are a part of Latvia’s attempts to comply with the legal acts of the European Union and to overcome the country’s weaknesses as stated in the Moneyval 2018 report. Taking into account the recent activities in terrorism and proliferation financing, an effective anti-money laundering system is essential in order to improve the finance sector and the country’s reputation on a global platform.read more