London — Our Litigation-Antitrust counsel Mark Hills has been appointed to the Circular Fashion Innovation Network (CFIN) Advisory Board.
The CFIN is a new partnership between the British Fashion Council, the UK Fashion & Textiles Association and UK Research & Innovation that will bring together innovators, investors, academic and broader stakeholders through an action led roadmap to accelerate the UK to a leading Circular Fashion Economy.
“I’m thrilled to be part of this hugely transformative initiative and look forward to combining, collaborating, and sharing knowledge with my counterparts in the programme to develop a world-class blueprint for affecting essential change within the fashion industry”, said counsel Mark Hills.
Restructuring partner Michael Fiddy went on to add, “Mayer Brown is committed to assisting clients navigate change. I know Mark’s expertise and Mayer Brown’s commitment to this project will add great value.”
The Advisory Board will focus on the vision of the network, receiving briefings from the Working Groups and addressing scalability across the UK, with CFIN playing an essential role in accelerating positive change within the fashion industry, which makes up a very significant part of the UK economy.
Mark has experience in all core areas of competition law and has advised clients in the financial services, PE, technology, retail and FMCG sectors.
Learn more about Mark and the CFIN here: UKFT, BFC and UKRI launch the Circular Fashion Innovation Network (CFIN) - UKFT.