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Duncan Global Strategy 2008-16

CMS - Duncan Weston - November 2016
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Transcript of Duncan Global Strategy 2008-16

Growth strategy 2008-16
2009-13 Strategy
2013-16
Momentum
Strategy

Sector focus
The Deal
New Top City Powerhouse
Partner Model
Mergers
Client
60+ offices
Playing
for margins

Service
Delivery
across the
world
Our new London office
Most innovative law firm for International Strategy
Floor plate is open plan
Mobile working
Flexible multi tenant building
Benchmark for efficiency and innovation

Award winning strategy generated in excess of €150m of cost savings

47% increase in profitability
FOR EFFICENCY
Choice
Real estate, Infrastructure and Projects sectors
Technology, Media
and Communications
Financial Services
Equity deal - one partnership model
One London head office
Cost synergies
Increase in profitability
More opportunities for investment
Combined Firm in the UK
1 Linklaters £604m
2 Allen & Overy £537m
3 Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer £498m
4 Slaughter and May £491m
5 Clifford Chance £489m
6 CMS* £453
7 Herbert Smith Freehills £375m
8 Eversheds £340
9 Pinsent Masons £323m
10 DLA Piper £301m

* combined firm revenues
c. 400 Partners
c. 2400 lawyers in total
6th
6th
biggest firm in
the world
largest firm in
the UK
60 offices worldwide
LET’S BUILD TOGETHER
"We have an organisation with momentum and a structure which is a strength"
Energy
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