28 December 2018

KWM receives band 1 recognitions by Chambers Fintech 2019 guide

King & Wood Mallesons’ (KWM) cutting edge work in the Fintech space has been recognised by the Chambers Fintech 2019 guide, with the firm secured top rankings across Australia, China and Hong Kong SAR. 

This marked the second edition of the Chambers Fintech guide. While the first edition examined seven jurisdictions and featured one global-wide legal ranking table, this edition featured rankings for four professional services across 22 jurisdictions.

KWM has been ranked top tier in the following jurisdictions:

• Band 1 in Australia

• Recognised under the Spotlight table in China (only ranking level for the China jurisdiction)

• Band 1 for Hong Kong-based law firms

The Chambers FinTech 2019 features the professional advisers with their ability to guide fintech companies through the challenges and obstacles they may face. The guide considers the types of professional service featured - legal, venture capital, consulting and public relations - to be central to the growth of companies in this burgeoning and specialised industry.

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