Maples Group names new regional managing partner

This is amidst a regionally focused leadership for Hong Kong and Singapore offices.

Law firm Maples Group has appointed Michael Gagie as its new regional managing partner in Asia, amidst a new regionally focused leadership structure for its Hong Kong and Singapore law firms.

The new leadership structure draws on the existing close working relationships between the company’s offices in the region and reflects the broader move of a number of key clients and intermediary firms to a regional platform for legal, fund, and fiduciary services in Asia.

According to the firm, Gagie has an in-depth understanding of the Asian market and business culture and is ideally suited to his new role, having worked in leadership roles across the firm’s Hong Kong and Singapore offices for the past decade.

“Our Asia offices already work together closely and formally reflecting this in our new leadership structure brings our lawyers and professionals even more closely together to provide the most efficient service for clients," Maples Group global managing partner Jonathan Green said.


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