RPC loses two senior partners from insurance practice

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  • Shows how good RPC has become as a firm when it loses partners to CMS and Simmons. Plenty of other good partners remain.

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  • It may be more accurate to say this shows that not all the partners are behind RPC's Bristol opening and the push for partners, associates and work to move down there. This is just the beginning of the fall out as trainees who joined a City firm are forced to do seats in Bristol and associates are "seconded" to the Bristol office. Many in the firm are unhappy about this.

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  • Nice comment as well:-

    “We’re very appreciative of both Simon and Jason’s contributions to the insurance practice at RPC over the years and wish them the best of luck with their moves.”

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  • When is the RPC merger happening?

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  • It seems to me from published figures that they have the highest profit margin of any insurance firm by a country mile, so I doubt that very much happens at RPC by accident

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  • Most likely both parted on good terms and with no regrets on either side as RPC is moving into new areas - Insurance and beyond.

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