Hogan Lovells calls on partners to pay in £50m extra capital

The Anglo-US firm will raise its partners capital contributions by 7.5% later this year

Hogan-Lovells-Firm-Sign Hogan Lovells partners are to pay in additional capital to the firm later this year, as part of a long-running initiative to boost the global firm’s capital reserves.

Partners’ capital payments will increase by 7.5% per year for the next five years, equating to around £10m each year.

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