30 May 2013

King & Wood Mallesons crowned Law Firm of the Year at AB+F awards

King & Wood Mallesons was named Law Firm of the Year for the second consecutive year at the 2013 Australian Banking and Finance Magazine (AB+F) Awards last night, cementing the firm’s position as Australia’s premier firm for legal services in the Banking and Finance sector.

The AB+F Awards highlight the outstanding contribution and achievements of companies and individuals in the banking and finance industry.

King & Wood Mallesons was recognised for its standout performance in delivering innovative finance solutions for its clients on some of the market’s most complex and sophisticated transactions and for its role in shaping the market through product development and driving regulatory change.

King & Wood Mallesons Managing Partner Financial Services, Berkeley Cox, said: “We are thrilled to be recognised amongst Australia’s banking elite. In what has been a challenging business environment, we have been fortunate enough to work on some standout deals for our clients this year. Winning this award again reflects the strength of our expertise in the banking and finance sector, the innovation and enterprise of our clients as well as the unrelenting drive of our people to deliver real value for our clients.”

This week, King & Mallesons was also named CSR firm of the Year at the ALB Law Awards and picked up a range of awards for the firm’s role on a number of winning deals.

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