RBG Holdings CEO Nicola Foulston named as Legal Futures Innovation Conference Speaker
31st October 2019
RBG Holdings CEO Nicola Foulston has been named as a speaker at the renowned Legal Futures Innovation Conference in November, where she will present on the topic “Who Owns the Law?”.
With more than 1,000 alternative business structures in existence, there are now many ownership models for legal businesses to adopt. Nicola will give unique insight into how RBG Holdings, which is one of only six UK-listed law firms, has embraced being a publicly listed business as it continues to grow.
Nicola will be joined by other industry leaders to cover this topic, Including Nick Johnson, Managing Partner, Glaisyers and Fiona Scott, CEO, Plexus Law.
The event will be held on Thursday 28 November 2019 at the Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT. Nicola is presenting in the first session beginning at 9.30am. You can register for the event here.
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About RBG Holdings plc
RBG Holdings plc is a professional services group, which includes one of the UK’s leading law firms, Rosenblatt Limited, which is a leader in dispute resolution.
Rosenblatt Limited provides a range of legal services to its diversified client base, which includes companies, banks, entrepreneurs and individuals. Complementing this is the Company’s increasingly international footprint, advising on complex cross-jurisdictional matters. Rosenblatt Limited’s practice areas include dispute resolution, financial crime, corporate, banking and finance, insolvency and financial restructuring, construction and projects, employment, financial services, IP/technology/media, real estate, regulatory and tax resolution. The Group also provides litigation finance in selected cases through a separate arm.
The Group also owns Convex Capital Limited, a specialist sell-side corporate finance boutique, based in Manchester, UK. Convex is entirely focussed on helping companies, particularly owner-managed and entrepreneurial businesses, realise their value through sales to large corporates. Convex identifies and proactively targets firms that it believes represent attractive acquisition opportunities.