The recently published IFLR1000 2017 Financial and Corporate
rankings seals Sayenko Kharenko's top league position in the
Ukrainian legal market. This is the ninth year running that Sayenko
Kharenko has been top ranked by IFLR 1000.
The IFLR1000 highlighted that Sayenko Kharenko is "one
of the country's leading commercial firms" and
has "banking, capital markets and M&A experts and
a larger team than most of its closest rivals."
Furthermore, the editors noted that "merger control is
another area where the firm excels." Among significant
clients, the Guide enumerates European Bank for Reconstruction and
Development (EBRD), Ukreximbank, Oschadbank, Goldman Sachs,
The IFLR1000 is the guide to the world's leading financial
and corporate law firms and lawyers. Its first rankings were
published in 1990 and it currently researches over 120
jurisdictions worldwide. The rankings are based on three key
criteria: transactional evidence, peer and client feedback.
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