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Dentons LuatViet, Dentons’ member firm in Vietnam, has hired Eva Szurminska-Jaworska as a senior partner and the head of its M&A and project finance practice from PwC Legal.

 

With more than 25 years of experience, she advises clients in Europe, the U.S. and Vietnam on investments, M&A, project finance, and debt and equity financing.

Szurminska-Jaworska had been at various PwC entities since 2009. She joined PwC Legal as a partner in Ho Chi Minh City in 2019, prior to which she was at ILC Legal in Washington, D.C., and at PwC Polska in Warsaw.

Dentons and Vietnamese firm LuatViet combined in 2021 to create Dentons LuatViet, which now has five partners.

 

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