Trowers & Hamlins enhances International Corporate offering with new partner Nick Watson 


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has recruited partner Nick Watson to its international corporate team in Oman.

Nick is a corporate and capital markets lawyer with 25 years' experience advising clients on cross border and domestic mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, reorganisations and equity capital markets transactions.

Nick spent a decade working in the Middle East while based in the UAE where he was a partner in another international law firm, having spent the first part of his career in London. Nick  now joins the Trowers team after a period as a legal consultant to Goldman Sachs.

He has advised leading regional and international clients in a range of industry sectors including, financial institutions, telecoms, e-commerce, industrial, aviation, petrochemicals and FMCG.

Abdul-Haq Mohammed, head of Trowers' International business commented:

"We are very pleased to welcome Nick to our international corporate team in Oman. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of the Gulf  to the role which will be of real value to our clients and will further strengthen our corporate practice in the region."

Nick added:

"I am excited to join the partnership. Trowers has deep roots in Oman with a presence for 40 years and fields an impressive team across the region. I am looking forward to working with them in growing the corporate practice and developing client relationships in Oman, the Middle East and beyond."

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