LONDON, September 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – For the second year in a row and the fourth time in the past six years, Mayer Brown has been named “European Law Firm of the Year – Transactions” at the 2021 Global Derivatives Awards hosted by GlobalCapital. The awards highlight the major companies, services and products in the global derivatives markets.
Global Capital highlighted the firm’s work in developing innovative solutions for clients, as well as its volume of transactions and the firm’s consistent work in its European offices.
Edmond Parker, Global Head of Derivatives and Structured Products at Mayer Brown, said: “We thank once again Global Capital for recognizing our global practice and thanking our clients for their continued support. ”
The company has already been awarded Global Capital“European Law Firm of the Year – Transactions” award in 2020, 2018 and 2017; Prize “European Law Firm of the Year – Regulatory” in 2016 and Global Capital‘Global Law Firm of the Year (Overall)’ in 2019. In 2020 and 2021, Mayer Brown was also named ‘US Law Firm of the Year – Transactions’, following our victory as “US Law Firm of the Year (Overall)” in 2019 and 2018, and “US Law Firm of the Year – Regulatory” in 2017 and 2016 in Global Capital‘s Americas Derivatives Awards.
The winners of the 2021 Global Derivatives Awards were judged on the nominees’ product and service innovations, their commitments to new markets, improvements in efficiency, liquidity and market stability, as well as customer advice.
Global Capital is a leading information, opinion and data service for people and institutions using and working in international capital markets. Over the past three decades, it has built a reputation for providing clear and vivid coverage of key markets based on input from those who work there, as well as a wealth of transaction data and archival documents.
Mayer Brown is one of the few companies with a leading practice in derivatives and structured products in New York, London, Continental Europe (particularly Germany) and Hong Kong. The practice is recognized by Global Chambers for Capital Markets: Structured Finance, Securitization & Derivatives (Global); UK Rooms for capital markets: Derivatives (London companies); Rooms United States for capital markets: structured products (at national level) and for derivatives (at national level); IFLR1000 for capital markets: Derivatives (UK and United States); the Legal 500 UK (London companies) for derivative products (including raw materials); and the Legal 500 US for Structured Finance: Derivatives & Structured Products and Taxation: Financial Products.
SOURCE Mayer Brown