Six new partners promoted from the Flint team

Six new partners promoted from the Flint team
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With effect from 1 September, we have promoted six new partners within our Flint team. Warm congratulations to Josh BucklandKiran HorwichKarla Perca LopezEd de MinckwitzJon Sell and Sion Simon 

Announcing these appointments, Flint managing partners Simon Fraser and Ed Richards said “We are further strengthening our leadership team to support the continuing growth of Flint and ensure excellent service to our clients. We are determined both to attract the best outside talent to Flint and to reward the efforts and success of those already in our team”.  

At Flint we are experts in policy, political analysis, regulation and competition. We advise international companies and investors in sectors including digital, tech, telecoms, media, financial services, life sciences, manufacturing, retail, transport, water and energy to achieve success in their dealings with government and regulators.  

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