Magic Circle firm Linklaters has appointed Yash Rupal as its global head of
Rupal, a partner for 11 years at the firm, takes over from Guy Brannan who
stands down after two terms in the position.
‘Yash’s focus on clients and people makes him ideally placed to build on our
reputation as the firm of choice for tax advice,’ said Simon Davies, Linklaters’
managing partner elect.
Rupal will lead a team of about 170 lawyers focused on tax issues.
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