Pinsent Masons appoints Catherine Workman as head of Middle East
Workman will succeed Osama Hassan and aims to facilitate the continued development of Pinsent Masons’ Middle East business
Global law firm Pinsent Masons has named Catherine Workman as the firm’s head of Middle East and will be responsible for driving the growth of the business within the region.
Pinsent Masons’ new head of Middle East will succeed Osama Hassan, who stepped down from his role after eight years at the business.
Workman, who has been at Pinsent Masons for more than 15 years, has acted for government bodies, consortia, operators and lenders on major infrastructure schemes and Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects across the Middle East.
Commenting on her appointment, Workman said: “Pinsent Masons has a strong track record in the Middle East and I look forward to building on that success, bringing all that the firm has to offer both globally and regionally to the market.”
She added: “As I move into this role, I look forward to deepening those client relationships and continuing to offer the collaborative culture and deep sector expertise that Pinsent Masons is known for.”