IFLR moves Appleby Guernsey up its finance and corporate and investment funds rankings
Independent legal directory IFLR1000 has moved Appleby Guernsey up its rankings for the finance and corporate and investment funds categories.
The law firm has been moved up two places for finance and corporate, and investment funds also moved up a tier.
The directory also selected Helen Crossley as a ‘Leading Lawyer’ for her banking and finance, investment funds and mergers and acquisitions work and Chet Pohl as a ‘Rising Star’ for his banking and finance work.
IFLR1000, now in its 24th edition, is compiled by a team of specialist legal journalists based in New York, London and Hong Kong and focuses on the leading law firms for corporate finance worldwide.
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