Wolf Theiss Welcomes New Partner in Banking & Finance
Wolf Theiss has announced Nicholas Coddington's appointment as the firm's new partner in Banking & Finance starting in the firm's Vienna office in mid-February. As a former Magic Circle member, Coddington will enhance Wolf Theiss' services across Austria and the CEE/SEE region.
Coddington joins Wolf Theiss following a decade at Magic Circle and other international law firms where he was, as of lately, partner and head of the Central European Banking and Finance Group. He brings along extensive expertise in complex corporate and project finance transactions with a particular focus on energy, green & sustainable, infrastructure, and real estate finance.
The new Wolf Theiss partner holds a Bachelor of Laws from Sheffield Hallam University and is admitted as a Solicitor in England & Wales and the Republic of Ireland. His multilingual proficiency in English and Polish further strengthens his capacity to manage diverse legal challenges across the CEE/SEE region.
"Joining Wolf Theiss opens a new chapter in my career. I anticipate contributing to the firm's Banking & Finance practice and offering expert advice to clients in Austria and the wider region," Coddington says.
"The addition of Nicholas Coddington reinforces Wolf Theiss' regional service offer in complex finance transactions and adds another great talent to our team. His English law experience throughout the entire CEE/SEE region will greatly benefit our clients, reinforcing our position as a legal leader in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe," Andrea Gritsch, managing partner and head of the firm-wide Banking & Finance practice, remarks.
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