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Paula Röttorp new Managing Partner in Stockholm as from 1 November 2015

17 September 2015

The partners of Hannes Snellman have elected Paula Röttorp as the new Managing Partner in Stockholm. Paula will assume her new role on 1 November 2015 and be part of Hannes Snellman's Group Management Team together with the Managing Partners in Finland and Russia.

Paula Röttorp joined Hannes Snellman in 2010. She is a partner in the firm's Finance group and focuses mainly on clients within the financial sector, as well as on restructurings, insolvencies, corporate lending and asset finance, which she will continue to focus on in combination with her role as Managing Partner. 

Richard Åkerman, who has been Managing Partner for Hannes Snellman's Stockholm office since 2011, will return to full time client work and lead Hannes Snellman's M&A practice in Stockholm.

"We are extremely happy to be able to appoint Paula Röttorp as the new Managing Partner in Stockholm. Over the past years, Hannes Snellman has continued to develop in a remarkable way in Sweden, and we have been able to establish ourselves as one of the market-leading business law firms. We have ambitious goals for Hannes Snellman, and our Stockholm office will play an even more significant role in our continuous development. With Paula as our new Managing Partner, we will benefit from her vast experience, skills, and commitment to the firm in order to lead our Stockholm office in our ambitions to achieve these goals ", says Jan Jensen, Chairman of the Board of Hannes Snellman.

"When I joined Hannes Snellman, our office in Stockholm had just been established. So far it has been a great and successful journey for our practice, and I am looking forward to further strengthening Hannes Snellman’s position as the leader in the fields of Transactions and Dispute Resolution in the Nordic countries”, says Paula Röttorp, new Managing Partner at Hannes Snellman in Stockholm.


For further information, please contact:

Paula Röttorp

Telephone: +46 (0) 760 000 060