International M&A magazine ACQ announced its ACQ Finance MagazineGlobal Awards 2012 based on votes from its readers – global decision makers in the M&A industry. SORAINEN was acknowledged with 23 category wins in the Baltics, including “Overall Law Firm of the Year”, “Full Service Law Firm of the Year” and “M&A Law Firm of the Year”.
“We recognise and salute the organisations and advisers that have performed to exceptional levels during the most difficult period that the global economy has experienced for decades,” ACQ comments in its announcement. “Guided by the poll’s results our expert panel have selected those firms and individuals that they think had the greatest impact on the industry in your country and discipline in 2011/2012. In judging these awards we have studied the nominations made by our voters and recognise that all of those nominated are leaders in their fields, but the exceptional performances of some deserve recognition.”
SORAINEN was awarded in 23 pan-Baltic categories, including “Overall Law Firm of the Year”, “Full Service Law Firm of the Year”, “Cross Border Law Firm of the Year”, as well as the quite novel categories of “Client Focused Law Firm of the Year” and “Most Trusted Law Firm of the Year”. Additionally SORAINEN was recognised as Baltic law firm of the year in the following practice areas: M&A, Asset Finance, Antitrust, Aviation, Banking, Capital Markets, Competition, Corporate, Employment, Energy, Insolvency & Restructuring, Life Sciences, Litigation, Private Equity, Project Finance, Shipping & Maritime, Tax and TMT (Technology, Media, Telecommunications).
The ACQ Global Awards are annual awards celebrating the best advisors working across the world. Voted for by the magazine’s readers they are an assessment of the quality of service received by users of these firms rather than the size of their billings. The ACQ Global Awards recognise the companies, banks and law firms whose international knowledge allows them to overcome global challenges, resulting in a smooth deal for their customers.
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