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NEW CORPORATE PARTNER AT MAGNUSSON HELSINKI

2016-05-17

Magnusson Helsinki is pleased to announce that attorney-at-law Heikki Wide has been promoted to partnership in Finland.

Heikki Wide focuses on contracts, M&A and finance and company law, as well as dispute resolution particularly within the international trade. He joined the Helsinki office of Magnusson as Senior Counsel in January 2013.

Heikki has a broad experience of international sales, logistics, industry and energy sectors. His experience includes working as the general counsel in an oil trading company and as a managing partner of a Finnish law firm. We are delighted to have such a strong player as Heikki in our team, commented Tomi Merenheimo, Managing Partner Helsinki.

 

Contact:

Tomi Merenheimo, Attorney-at-law / Managing Partner Helsinki, tomi.merenheimo@magnussonlaw.com, +358 40 560 6101

Heikki Wide, Attorney-at-law / Partner, heikki.wide@magnussonlaw.com, +358 40 759 1591

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