UK - Law firm DLA Corporate Group has made David Reuben an employee benefits partner.
Reuben joins from Ashurst Morris Crisp where he gained experience in advising on matters related to employee benefits which include; implementation and operation of share schemes, on and off-shore trusts, long-term incentive plans and flotations.
He will report to the head of the pensions and incentives team David Wright.
Reuben said: “Employee share ownership issues are becoming increasingly important for companies and advisors, and I am looking forward to building on DLA’s reputation in this field.”
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