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BABCPHL Board Member Feature – Remy Nshimiyimana

Remy Nshimiyimana is Counsel in Faegre Drinker’s Corporate practice group in Philadelphia. He partners with local and global businesses to ensure their strategic objectives in corporate transactions are effectively executed. Remy also represents domestic and international companies, as well as private equity funds and investment firms in M&A deals. He facilitates deals in a wide range of industries, including media, technology, manufacturing, education, life sciences and health care. In addition to being a part of Faegre Drinker’s corporate practice group in Philadelphia, Remy is also a member of the firm’s international industry team. It is a versatile group of attorneys and consultants spanning all industries and practice areas that helps clients execute strategic cross-border transactions, manage regulatory challenges of international business, resolve disputes and enter new markets with confidence. Between the Firm’s national footprint in the US, and its strategic offices in London and Shanghai, the team is well positioned to understand local culture and offer clients a comprehensive international experience to bolster their operations worldwide.

Remy has been affiliated with the BABCPHL since 2019. “I jumped at the chance to be part of this community of business and civic leaders interested in fostering transatlantic partnerships.” Remy appreciates the many opportunities to network with and learn from various corporate members and to attend BABCPHL hosted programs that discuss valuable, timely and informative updates about UK-US business matters. Remy’s most memorable BABCPHL event was the 2019 Signature Annual Holiday Lunch, which was actually the last in-person BABCPHL event he attended before the pandemic.

The pandemic brought many new opportunities for firms to think “outside the box.” At Faegre Drinker, Remy and his team harnessed the power of technology and collaboration to focus on innovation, efficiency and, most importantly, connecting with clients and colleagues in new and creative ways. This has been Remy’s silver lining throughout these unpredictable and challenging times. Remy has most missed being in the same space as his colleagues and being able to attend and participate in in-person activities with his clients. Besides seeing colleagues, Remy is looking forward to traveling again once pandemic restrictions are lifted. Remy hopes to travel to some spots in Europe, including London and Helsinki, and to locations where Faegre Drinker now has offices as a result of the early 2020 merger.

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