Carey Olsen is the only offshore law firm to be recognised in
the top 10 firms advising LSE clients, according to the most recent
(November 2013) Corporate Advisers Rankings Guide produced by
Adviser Rankings Limited.
The guide highlights that 'Carey Olsen made creditable
gains, although its relative standing remains unchanged' -
referring to an increase in total stock market client numbers where
many others in the top 20 have seen losses.
In the November report Carey Olsen has retained its position as
adviser to the fifth highest number of LSE clients. The firm also
held its leading offshore legal adviser position (and fourth
overall) to small cap and fledgling clients and ranked third in the
Alternative Investment Market table.
In the offshore law firms' tables Carey Olsen maintained a
sizeable lead in the number of clients, 33 ahead of its nearest
The firm is listed within the top 20 firms for FTSE 250 and FTSE
Graham Hall, Carey Olsen senior partner, said: "Our
continued lead in the offshore legal advisers table, and our place
as the only offshore law firm in the AIM, small cap and total stock
market top 10 reaffirm our market-leading position. The results are
a testament to the continuing hard work and expertise of our
expanding multi-jurisdictional corporate team and their commitment
to client service."
The Corporate Advisers Rankings Guide is published by Adviser
Rankings Limited and contains details of institutional advisers and
their quoted clients. These companies are drawn from UK, Irish,
Channel Islands and overseas-domiciled companies with equity shares
fully listed on the London Stock Exchange together with UK and
international companies with equity shares listed on the
Alternative Investment Market. The information contained in the
guide is provided by Morningstar and updated using primary sources
together with information from the advisers themselves with
authorisation from clients.
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