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Penningtons Manches partners with the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe

Posted: 24/11/2017


Penningtons Manches has joined the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe (COBCOE) as a corporate plus partner. The move reflects the firm’s broad international focus and increasing level of engagement both in Europe and further afield.

COBCOE is a not for profit, membership owned organisation which acts for a trusted network of British chambers of commerce and business associations throughout Europe. Its constituent member chambers represent 12,000 businesses of all sizes across a variety of sectors. Offering a platform for trade and investment support, commercial services and guidance for best practice, it seeks to provide access to multilateral connections and open untapped markets to members and stakeholders.

Penningtons Manches’ international clients range from private individuals, owner managed businesses and start-ups to global corporations, public companies, banks and financial institutions. As a member of two non-exclusive legal associations - Multilaw and the European Law Group – it has links with lawyers in more than 50 commercial centres around the world.

Commenting on the new affiliation, Penningtons Manches corporate partner Matt Martin said: We are delighted to join forces with COBCOE. Our firm already advises many businesses across Europe on corporate transactions and the legal issues they face and this partnership will help to solidify our connections. We very much look forward to working with COBCOE and developing our relationship in the future."

Matt and corporate associate Michaela Britton are acting as Penningtons Manches’ key points of contact with COBCOE.

For more details on the COBCOE network and its operations, click here.


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