Jeantet law firm opens office in Budapest

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French business law firm Jeantet opened its first office in Budapest on November 1, according to a press release issued by the company today.

Operating in the field of mergers and acquisitions and real estate transactions, Jeantet’s Budapest office will be managed by François d’Ornano and led by partner Ioana Knoll-Tudor, while the firmʼs Kiev office, which also opened in November, will be managed by Karl Hepp de Sevelinges.

Jeantet’s Budapest office serves as a regional hub for the South East European region with the team assisting clients in cross-border transactions throughout the area, the company said.

“We share Jeantet’s commitment to independence, professional standards, and their ideas on how the legal profession should be practised. We also see in Jeantet the entrepreneurial approach, energy and ambition that have always driven us in our own business, and we are delighted to be able to contribute to Jeantet’s expansion and reputation in France and Europe”, said Hepp de Sevelinges and d’Ornano in a statement about the new openings.

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