On the move: Felix Haffner, KPD Consulting

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June 28, 2012, 7:53 p.m. | Business — by Kyiv Post

Felix Haffner
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Hired by KPD Consulting

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The law firm KPD Consulting expands partnership by hiring Felix Haffner, who joined the firm as a Counsel in corporate law on 25 June 2012.

Felix Haffner, who is a qualified German Rechtsanwalt and a Solicitor (England&Wales) worked previously for Beiten Burkhardt in Kyiv as a partner in corporate law for over five years.

He has strong experience and expertise in advising international clients on investment projects in Ukraine. Felix graduaded from the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich (1998) and holds a LLM in corporate and commercial law from the London School of Economics (2004).

Commented Igor Kalitventsev, Managing Partner of KPD Consulting: „Hiring Felix Haffner is in line with our strategic approach, we have thus further strengthened our corporate law practice and make it even more accessible for international clients“.

Felix Haffner said „I am convinced that with KPD Consulting I have acquired a strong partner to further serve international clients in their business endevours in Ukraine. KPD Consulting brings together local knowlegde with international standards. I am really looking forward to working with everyone at the firm to take advantage of the exciting opportunities available in the Ukrainian market for our clients. I am happy to join such a highly committed team“.

KPD CONSULTING is a fast-growing independent law firm in Ukraine and member of the international network „Lexicom“.

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