Matthew Findley resigns from Pinsent Masons to join share scheme team at Norton Rose Fulbright
Norton Rose Fulbright has announced the appointment of Matthew Findley as partner in the London tax and share incentives team. He joins from Pinsent Masons.
Matthew advises a combination of transactional and annuity clients in relation to the implementation and operation of share plans and employee incentive arrangements both in the UK and internationally. He has considerable experience relating to the corporate governance and investor relations issues associated with executive incentives and remuneration planning generally and his experience extends to both executive plans and all-employee arrangements. Matthew sits on the Tax Committee of the Share Plan Lawyers Group as well as the Corporate Governance Committee of the Share Plan Lawyers Group and the UK and Channel Islands Chapter Committee of the Global Equity Organisation.
Dominic Stuttaford, head of tax for Europe, Middle East and Asia, comments:
“We are pleased to welcome Matthew to Norton Rose Fulbright. Matthew’s experience is highly aligned with our strategic vision and will enhance our offering to clients. His diverse skillset, combining both technical skills and an entrepreneurial and commercial approach adds further depth to our team and we are delighted to have a lawyer of such calibre as Matthew joining our team. Matthew is the third lateral partner we have welcomed to the Norton Rose Fulbright tax team in Europe since January 2015 and we continue to invest strategically in our team.”
Matthew Findley comments:
“Norton Rose Fulbright’s specialist industry focus is highly complementary; offering a distinctive approach to business and depth of expertise to clients. The firm has an established reputation and I’m very much looking forward to growing the team and capitalising on the international network, helping clients achieve their most challenging global objectives.”