Pinsent Masons faces management shake-up

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  • Needs a change, Ryan and Mullen have been at the top too long.

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  • they haven't integrated Masons yet, never mind McGrigors!

    No shortage of highly remunerated equity partners - with 'non jobs' in management, producing very little, and rarely venturing onto the trading floor to engage with those trying to make some money.

    Big shortage of vision and leadership.

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  • Agree with Anon 9.17am. The integration process of Pinsents with Masons was very poorly handled. There are still 'Masons people' and 'Pinsents people' getting on for nearly a decade after that merger.

    The weird thing about the Masons merger, was that in two departments it was effectively a Masons takeover. In at least one of those department you can count how many Pinsents people are left on practically one hand and there is still a divide between the two firms.

    And what about poor old Biddles? How many of them are left?

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  • To be fair, the McGrigor's merger, which geographically was always going to be tough, has gone better than most expected (including those from legacy McGrigor's who feared the worst).

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  • Bloody hell, since when did Bradley Walsh run Pinsents?

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