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United Kingdom : Firm Expands in Germany with Second International Capital Markets Practice Hire This Month.

International law firm Simmons & Simmons expands in Germany with the appointment of Felix Biedermann who joins the firm as a partner in its capital markets practice on 01 July.

Felix will be based in the firms office in Frankfurt and joins from Clifford Chance where he was a Counsel. He specialises in international debt capital markets transactions and regulatory matters, with significant experience in issues involving hybrid bonds and high yield bonds as well as international disputes involving stock exchanges and other capital related litigation.

Felix is the second new partner that the firm has announced this month following the appointment of Jeroen Bos as a partner based in the Netherlands, who also joined the firms international capital markets group.

Jonathan Hammond, head of the firms international financial markets group, commented: "we are pleased to welcome Felix to our capital markets practice. His arrival is the second appointment to the group this month and truly demonstrates our commitment to building on the strength of expertise and offering our international group is already known for."

Heiko Stoll, head of the firms financial markets group in Germany continued: "Felixs appointment demonstrates our continued investment in Europe and the ongoing plans to expand our German practice. His expertise adds further value to those of our existing partners who advise across international jurisdictions on the key capital markets issues our clients and their businesses face."

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