27 Jun, 2012

Following the announcement that DWF’s turnover has reached an all-time high of £102 million, the firm has revealed its goal to become a top 20 law firm by 2015.


The firm has recently embarked on a number of high profile, strategic mergers as part of its continued growth plans and will continue to actively seek partnerships that enable it to improve its offering for clients across the UK, as well as strengthen and expand its areas of expertise. The latest alliance with Biggart Baillie will take effect as of the 1st July, and this follows the recent announcements of mergers with Buller Jeffries and Crutes.


Andrew Leaitherland, managing partner at DWF, comments: “It’s been a really exciting time at DWF, the mergers have played a crucial role in helping us to achieve our impressive growth. Our plan is to continue to pursue strategic partnerships with like-minded firms across the UK in order to achieve our challenging 2015 goal.”


Having achieved 19 years of consecutive growth, DWF prides itself on its distinctive approach, offering excellent commercial guidance, combined with sector specialist knowledge. In order to reach its ambitious goal, DWF will continue to maintain its values driven approach, enabling it to recruit, retain and develop the highest quality people, who are experts in their fields.


The firm will also continue to invest in all of its chosen sectors, while further strengthening its presence in the insurance, real estate and financial services markets.


Andrew continues: “As we look ahead and enter the next phase of our growth, we must continue to build on our achievements and our success and use this as the basis for the next three year strategy. Our approach is one of continued, profitable growth and the financial measure of our success will be demonstrated by top 20 status by 2015.”


For more information on DWF, please visit www.dwf.co.uk

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