Withers Bergman Launches Pan-Europe Funds Practice

Feb 26 2013 | 12:34pm ET

International law firm Withers Bergman has established a pan-European investments funds practice and hired Matthew Feargrieve to head it.

Feargrieve advises fund managers, investors and private clients throughout Europe on fund structuring and investment in public and private investment products. He will be based in the firm’s Zurich office.
 
Judith Ingham, managing director of Withers’ Zurich office, said, in a statement:

“Matthew is a major new addition to our team. His extensive knowledge of funds and asset management, and his familiarity with the investment management industry in Switzerland and throughout Europe, position him as an extremely strong lawyer in this area. He brings an exciting new proposition to our services in Europe.”

Withers Bergman has over 100 partners, more than 270 other lawyers and worldwide offices in New York, New Haven and Greenwich (Connecticut), London, Milan, Geneva, Zurich, Hong Kong, Singapore and the British Virgin Islands.


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