Dentons Appoints Europe Corporate, M&A Practice Group Co-heads

Appointments

Rob Irving

Global law firm Dentons has appointed partners Rob Irving and Kuif Klein Wassink as co-heads of the Europe corporate and M&A practice group.

Rob Irving is an M&A and private equity partner with more than 30 years of experience in leading landmark transactions throughout Central and South-Eastern Europe. Based in Budapest, he was previously the co-head of Dentons' private equity sector group at both the global and European levels.

Irving comments, "Over the last five years, Dentons has made significant investments into strengthening the depth, breadth and sector focus of our Corporate and M&A practice. Our focus will now be to fully leverage our practice across Europe and around to world to deliver high-quality, commercially focused advice to support our clients on their major M&A transactions."

Kuif Klein Wassink

Kuif Klein Wassink is a partner in Dentons' corporate and M&A and private equity groups in Amsterdam.  He was previously co-head of the Europe Private Equity sector group. 

In addition, Dentons has named partners Piotr Dulewicz and Olivia Guéguen Europe co-heads of private equity and venture capital sector group.

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