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Bell Gully leads NZ across key IFLR1000 ranking categories

Bell Gully leads New Zealand across key IFLR1000 2019 ranking categories

THURSDAY 15 NOVEMBER 2018

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International Financial Law Review (IFLR) has recognised Bell Gully as leading the New Zealand market across key categories in its latest directory released in early November.

The firm is only one of two New Zealand firms to achieve tier 1 status across all IFLR1000 2019 practice areas: banking & finance, capital markets, mergers & acquisitions, project development, and restructuring & insolvency.

Bell Gully also recorded the national high total of 9 rankings in IFLR's key leading lawyer categories, which include "highly regarded" and "market leader". Those who are highly regarded "possess a strong transactional record and positive client feedback," while market leaders are "true leaders in their field… recognised as standout performers in their country."

Chair Anna Buchly said: "These outstanding rankings highlight the depth of the firm's expertise and the firm's strong focus on providing tailored, value-adding and proactive advice to our clients".

A total of 12 Bell Gully lawyers were ranked in IFLR1000 2019.


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