18 Oct 2010 | 12:00 am | 1 min. read
The Chairman’s Network has pleasure in announcing that international law firm Pinsent Masons will be its new legal partner. As part of the Chairman’s Network partnership programme, Pinsent Masons will be the Network’s sole legal partner and will act as advisers on legal matters to members of The Chairman’s Network.
Pinsent Masons are able to provide a comprehensive range of legal services to the Chairman’s Network members and, as part of a joint PR/marketing campaign, will input regular topical content and news items to the Chairman's Network media channels. Chairman's Network members will also have the opportunity to attend an extensive range of Pinsent Masons’ events in London and across the UK.
Commenting on the agreement, Caroline Hayward, Managing Director of The Chairman’s Network, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Pinsent Masons, particularly as we are about to unveil a new approach for the Chairman’s Network which is focused on enabling the leaders of growth-oriented businesses to succeed more quickly by leveraging the collective expertise, experience and contacts of other members and partners. With offices in all the principal business and financial centres in England and Scotland, the firm’s sector expertise and excellent reputation as one of the UK’s leading legal advisors will be a great asset to our growing Network. We will be working together to offer our members the highest level of support and advice in the legal arena.”
Andrew Hornigold, Head of Technology at Pinsent Masons, commented: "We are delighted to be named the sole legal partner for The Chairman’s Network. With its established membership of business leaders, non-executive and board directors across British industry, we are looking forward to a long and dynamic partnership, as well as advising its members on their current and emerging legal issues.”
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