Hammonds, Squire Sanders win 90 per cent backing for merger

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  • Just as in every other sector in business, people have to look at the reasons for the merger. If it's a purely defensive consolidation, it won't get the pulse racing. If, however, it's being done to create something new, and beyond what either firm might have been capable of alone, then it could be a great move.
    Words like 'vision' and 'ambition' are important here - and if any firm wants to be taken seriously by its clients as a 'business partner', then it makes perfect sense for them to have shown acumen and courage in their own activities.
    The name decision hardly speaks of 'one firm', though - hope they do more to integrate and create that sense

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