10 May 2019 | 11:06 am | 1 min. read
International law firm Pinsent Masons today announced a new management structure in Australia appointing a three-person leadership team.
The outgoing Head of Australia, David Rennick remains a member of the firm's global board, and it's Asia Pacific Operations Committee. As such he will remain closely involved in the development and delivery of the firm's strategy.
David Rennick, Partner and board member, Pinsent Masons commented,"Having set up the firm's operations in Australia over the last 5 years, I am proud to hand over the day-to-day leadership of a fully-established and sustainable business to Matt, Adrienne and Sadie. This planned change reflects the growth and geographical diversity of the business, and will enable Pinsent Masons to flourish in Australia in the years to come."
Matt Croagh, Head of Australia, Pinsent Masons said,"The growth story of Pinsent Masons in Australia has been extremely impressive. Having first opened in 2015, the firm now has over 50 lawyers across 3 locations delivering deep sector and local knowledge to a large range of clients in the region. Alongside Adrienne and Sadie, I look forward to moving the business into this exciting second phase of its development."
Richard Foley, Senior Partner, Pinsent Masons added,"David Rennick has done a phenomenal job in steering our Australia business in its first few years, and he will continue to play a guiding role, whilst taking on a wider range of projects globally on behalf of the board. Congratulations to the new Australia management team, all of whom have demonstrated tremendous aptitude, and will take the business to the next level."
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