Welcome on board Miroslava Dudas !

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Brouxel & Rabia, Luxembourg Law Firm continues to strengthen its team to support its impressive growth and is delighted to welcome Miroslava Dudas.

Miroslava is an experienced lawyer working more than 10 years in Luxembourg who has been advising corporate clients on a broad spectrum of transactions – including public and private M&A and equity capital markets work – as well as on general corporate law and corporate governance issues.

She specialises in banking and finance transactions, including real estate finance, fund finance, general corporate lending and acquisition finance as well as debt restructuring. 

Prior to joining the firm, Miroslava worked in one of the top-tier law firms in Luxembourg, in a Luxembourg office of a global leader in the trust and corporate services sector and in one of the largest law firms in Slovakia. 

Clients value Miroslava’s thoughtful and pragmatic approach to complex problems, her ability to identify issues well before they arise, her technical skills and ability to respond promptly and efficiently.

Miroslava’s mother tongue is Slovak and understands perfectly Polish and Czech which is extremely useful for clients coming from central and eastern Europe. She also speaks French, English and German. 

"Once again, it is very reassuring to see that Brouxel & Rabia is able to attract great lawyers and build with them a firm with solid foundations on which our clients can rely on. A great talent in a velvet pouch ! Miroslova is the kind of person you feel comfortable letting drive you. We wish her a warm welcome to Brouxel & Rabia and no doubt a great success! "

Samia RABIA, Partner
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Miroslava DUDAS, Counsel

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