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Anna Francesca Mancosu

Professional support lawyer

Atrium - Parnassusweg 737
1077 DG Amsterdam
PO Box 94700
1090 GS Amsterdam
Languages Dutch, Italian, French, English, German

Anna Francesca Mancosu is a Professional Support Lawyer for the Banking & Finance group in the CMS Amsterdam office.

She is specialised in legal knowledge management, banking & finance, corporate and contract law. Anna Francesca assists the lawyers within the group by drafting and keeping up-to-date standards for legal advices, contracts and financial documentation. She contributes in the organisation and preparation of seminars, trainings, presentations and pitches. Anna Francesca also carries out legal research and analyses relevant developments in case law and legislation. She also assists in drafting publications and newsletters.

Anna Francesca joined CMS in March 2017 after having worked several years abroad in the legal and legal knowledge management branch. Most recently she has worked as professional support lawyer for the Litigation & Arbitration group of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek (The Hague and Amsterdam) and as legal assistant for Steins Bisschop & Schepel Advocaten (The Hague).

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  • QLTT England and Wales, College of Law, UK
  • Dutch Law, Leiden University
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