Neuberger Berman was founded in 1939 to do one thing: deliver compelling investment results for our clients over the long term. This remains our singular purpose today, driven by a culture rooted in deep fundamental research, the pursuit of investment insight and continuous innovation on behalf of clients, and facilitated by the free exchange of ideas across the organization.
Catherine (Katia) Volodine has over 10 years of experience in corporate and commercial matters. She has accompanied clients in various aspects of corporate law be it incorporation, financing, reorganization, shareholders relations or liquidation.
She also worked for almost 5 years as an in-house counsel in a Luxembourg branch of a Japanese renowned bank where she acquired significant experience in negotiating various IT agreements.
She is currently teaching contract and tort law at the Paris II Panthéon-Assas University. Being sensitive to privacy matters, she is a co-chair of the Luxembourg Chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
She graduated from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne with a Master’s degree in English and American business law and from the London School of Economics and Political Science with an LL.M. in financial, arbitration and competition matters.
“I am always eager to find the best solutions for my clients while explaining legal concepts in a plain language. I like building strong and long-lasting relationships and believe that communication is key to achieve this. A lawyer should be someone you can fully rely on, ready to think out of the box when needed and always open to challenge itself with a drop of humility.”