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Dentons Advises on Combination of Wavestone and Q-Perior

Dentons Advises on Combination of Wavestone and Q-Perior

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Dentons has advised Wavestone on its combination with Q-Perior. Taylor Wessing advised Q-Perior.

The transaction remains contingent on regulatory approval.

Wavestone is a French consultancy group listed on Euronext Paris.

Q-Perior is a consulting company operating in the Germany-Switzerland-Austria region.

According to Dentons, “the combination of the two firms will create a European champion in the consulting market with over 5,500 employees.”

The Dentons team included Warsaw-based Partner Piotr Dulewicz, Senior Associate Bartosz Juszczak, and Associate Aleksandra Redzisz, Bucharest-based Partner Cristina Daianu and Counsel Cristina Marcu, as well as further team members in Paris, Berlin, Duesseldorf, London, New York, and Ottawa.

Taylor Wessing fielded teams from its offices in Germany and France.

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