Norton Rose Fulbright elects first female EMEA chair

Islamic finance head Farmida Bi will replace current chair Stephen Parish on 1 May

Norton Rose Fulbright’s partnership has elected Islamic finance head Farmida Bi as its new chair for Europe Middle East and Asia (EMEA), making her the first woman in the firm’s history to hold the role.

London-based Bi will replace current chair Stephen Parish on 1 May, when he steps down from the role after a three-year term.

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