Pinsent Masons appointed to The Co-operative Bank’s legal panel

04 Sep 2015 | 03:43 pm |

International law firm Pinsent Masons has been appointed to The Co-operative Bank’s first full service legal panel for a three year period. Pinsent Masons is one of 11 principal firms appointed to the new panel, covering England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The Co-operative Bank said: "The panel has been selected to meet the bank's needs for full UK coverage, its commercial objectives, demonstrating industry-leading best practice and a proven ability to work closely with the bank's in-house legal department.

Pinsent Masons has been appointed to provide a broad range of legal advice including corporate lending and restructuring work.

Samantha Rollason, relationship partner for The Co-operative Bank at Pinsent Masons, said:

“We are very proud to have the opportunity to develop our long-standing relationship with The Co-operative Bank through our appointment to their new panel, and are excited by the prospect of continuing to provide excellent, specialist, sector focussed legal support across the business.”

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