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Charles Russell Speechlys takes home the Asia Pacific Private Client Team of the Year award at the Chambers High Net Worth Awards
The Charles Russell Speechlys Hong Kong Private Client team is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the Asia Pacific Private Client Team of the Year award at the Chambers High Net Worth Awards 2021 held virtually on 7 October 2021.
The Chambers High Net Worth Awards recognise law firms’ pre-eminence in key jurisdictions, reflecting on achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service.
On winning the award, Simon Green, International Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys said:
"We are delighted to win the Asia Pacific Private Client Team of the Year award. This significant achievement reflects the strength and depth of our Private Client team in the region, the complex matters we have advised on over the past 12 months and strengthens the firm’s leading position in the Private Wealth market internationally. My congratulations to the whole team."
See the Chambers HNW Awards website for more details.
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