Sullivan tops M&A rankings for 2017 as deal flow steadies

Sullivan & Cromwell has retained its crown as the most dominant M&A adviser for 2017, while Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer was the only magic circle firm to gain a place in the global top 10.

 

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