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We help clients across the financial services sector achieve their strategic and commercial goals while managing legal and regulatory risk. We do this by leveraging deep sector knowledge to share industry standards and provide real commercial insight across to our clients.

Key Contacts

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We are on the major bank panels and 18 out of 20 of the top insurers panels and therefore have insight on approach across the sector.

We deliver a complete service offering combining multi-disciplinary expertise from our banking, corporate, employment, insurance, IP, TMT & sourcing, litigation and arbitration, pensions, private wealth, property, regulatory, restructuring and tax teams.


With globalisation and technological progress, banks and financial institutions are having to access customers in more innovative ways, but against a backcloth of tighter governance and increased regulation.  We provide an integrated approach across the full range of commercial legal disciplines to the sector.

Insurance and Wealth Management

Increased and changing regulation and close attention to cost has made insurance and wealth management very challenging. We can help provide cost effective solutions while managing risk effectively.

Private Equity

Our award winning Private Equity Team is recognised as one of the leading private equity practices. It is dedicated and focused to helping successful institutions deliver their ambitions.

Professional Services

Our wealth of experience in advising professional services firms means that we can offer specific, to-the-point advice on acquisitions, disposals, reorganisations and general corporate / commercial activity in the professional services sector.

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