Continued expansion in Stockholm with appointment of Nimrod Badur, previously Head of Real Estate at Two Birds.
International legal practice Osborne Clarke announces further promotions in Sweden and appoints real estate experts Nimrod Badur, Partner and Tanja Tuominen, Associate.
Previously Head of Real Estate at Bird & Bird, Nimrod specialises in commercial real estate covering real estate transactions, infrastructure projects, sale and lease back transactions, joint ventures, development projects, commercial tenancy law, as well as construction and commercial contracts law. He regularly manages complex projects for domestic and international clients, dealing with both day-to-day matters and large transactions.
Joining as an Associate and also from Two Birds, Tanja advises clients on real estate transactions and matters relating to tenancy law and construction projects. She brings valuable experience in handling matters relating to professional indemnity with specific expertise on liability issues relating to construction projects.
This announcement follows on from the appointments of Mikael Moreira and Kim Bergman, both joining from Synch, at the beginning of October and forms part of the business’s strategy to strengthen and consolidate its international presence; Osborne Clarke now has 25 offices in the major European and Asian economies and the US.
Nimrod Badur, Real Estate Partner Osborne Clarke, commented: “Osborne Clarke puts future development and innovation at the heart of its business and is at the cutting edge of key asset classes such as PropTech and BTR, this is really where the future of the sector is going and it’s a very exciting opportunity to join. I look forward to growing the real estate offer in Sweden.”
Fredrik von Baumgarten, Managing Partner for Osborne Clarke in Sweden, commented: “Real estate is a core part of Osborne Clarke’s sector-focused strategy and we offer a joined up approach between real estate and technology. Both Nimrod and Tanja are highly regarded experts in their field, and their appointments demonstrate our commitment to the sector.”
Osborne Clarke also differentiates its approach with its Smart Cities initiative, a pan-European thought leadership campaign that provides its clients across real estate and infrastructure, digital business, energy and utilities, transport and automotive and financial services sectors with context to how legal expertise interconnects with their digital, economic, political and regulatory challenges.
With 50 Partners and 135 lawyers across the UK, Sweden, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and The Netherlands, Osborne Clarke’s international Real Estate Sector Team provides a comprehensive life cycle service. The team advises major real estate industry organisations, ranging from developers and investors to property funds and corporate occupiers.