Feb 28, 2017
Cadwalader has this year been shortlisted for an impressive total of eight European awards by the International Financial Law Review (IFLR), one the leading global legal publications. The firm earned five “deal of the year” nominations for its work on three high-profile European restructuring matters and two market-first securitisations, two “team of the year” nominations, and consideration as Most Innovative US Firm in Europe.
The firm was shortlisted for five deals of the year:
Structured Finance and Securitisation
The firm was also shortlisted for two team of the year awards:
“We are delighted by the IFLR’s acknowledgement of our exceptional work in Europe on a number of highly complex matters,” said Cadwalader managing partner Pat Quinn. “Most importantly, we are deeply appreciative of our clients in Europe who continue to turn to our London-based capital markets and restructuring teams for help on their most complex transactions.”
“Cadwalader has built top-tier capital markets and restructuring practices in London, attracting the brightest and best legal talent to work on some of the most interesting and complex transactions in Europe alongside our clients,” added London managing partner Gregory Petrick, “These awards, including Most Innovative US Firm in Europe, underline our commitment to excellence for our clients and to our continuing investment in building our London team.”
All deal and team winners, along with the National Law Firms of the Year, will be announced at the awards ceremony on April 20 at the Savoy Hotel in London.
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