McGuireWoods Romania Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Bucharest Office

December 7, 2017

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McGuireWoods Romania celebrated its 10th anniversary inBucharest with a client reception on December 5, 2017. Calin PopescuTariceanu, Speaker of the Senate and former Prime Minister of Romania, andHans Klemm, US Ambassador to Romania, were among the dignitaries inattendance.

More than 150 guests attended the celebratory event, including clients and friends of the firm.  In addition to the McGuireWoods Bucharest office, McGuireWoods Consulting President L.F. Payne Jr. (Washington), Executive Director Martha Youngblood (Richmond) and McGuireWoods law firm’s former managing partner, Tom Cabaniss (Richmond), were present.

“We are proud of our contribution to attracting and maintaining keystrategic investors during the past 10 years, while acting as trustedadvisor in multiple success stories that helped the country grow itseconomy,” saidNadia Crisan, senior vice president and director, International Government Relationsand managing director of McGuireWoods Romania. “A crucial element inachieving the expected results is having a transparent and proactivedialogue with key stakeholders. This has allowed us to develop numerousgovernment relations strategies over time that have made a global impactfor our clients.”

In his remarks, Senate Speaker Tariceanu emphasized the valuablecontribution of McGuireWoods to the Romanian economy over the past 10 yearsas a result of the team’s work for strategic investors. Ambassador HansKlemm also highlighted the partnership with McGuireWoods in bringingAmerican investors to Romania.

McGuireWoods Romania team, L.F. Payne, and Martha Youngblood

From left to right: Ambassador Hans Klemm; Calin Popescu Tariceanu,Speaker of the Senate; Nadia Crisan; and L.F. Payne