Hogan Lovells demonstrates strong performance in M&A league tables
Hogan Lovells has announced that it has continued to demonstrate the strength of its worldwide platform with its showing in the full-year M&A league tables compiled by mergermarket, Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg.
The firm’s headline rankings include:
- Fifth by value and fifth by volume Globally for Worldwide (announced including withdrawn) (Thomson Reuters)
- Fifth by value and 10th by volume for any UK involvement (announced) (Thomson Reuters)
- Sixth by value for US (announced) — counsel to principals (Bloomberg)
- Sixth by value for Europe (announced) — counsel to principals (Bloomberg)
- Seventh by value for any US involvement (announced) (Thomson Reuters)
- Eighth by volume for Russia (mergermarket)
- Ninth by value for cross-border deals (announced) (Bloomberg)
- Ninth by value and 13th by volume for Worldwide (completed) (Thomson Reuters)
- 10th by volume for Europe (mergermarket)
- 10th by volume and 12th by value for any Middle East and North Africa involvement (completed) (Thomson Reuters)
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