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Willans appointed to Clydesdale Bank’s regional legal panel

24 November 2011

Willans LLP has, once again, been appointed to Clydesdale Bank’s legal panel in the West of England.

Clydesdale Bank plc is a member of National Australia Bank Group, one of the world’s top 40 financial services companies. Through its Clydesdale and Yorkshire subsidiaries, NAB currently operates around 300 branches across the UK.

Jonathan Mills, senior commercial property partner said: “We’re delighted that Clydesdale Bank has selected us for inclusion on their legal panel. We have acted for them for a number of years and welcome the opportunity of extending our working relationship.”

Our commercial property team, which is rated in both Legal 500 and Chambers, acts for a wide range of clients including banks and other financial institutions, landlords and tenants, educational establishments and charities as well as those involved in the construction process ranging from contractors, lending institutions, consultants and developers.

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