June Newsletter: Rostron Carlyle Partner Recognised as Best in Corporate Law
Welcome to the June edition of our Industry Insights and e-News. In addition to our regular feature articles, we are proud to share further information about Rostron Carlyle Partner, Gavin McInnes’ award win in the Global Fund Awards 2017, which was announced in London late last month.
The awards team at Corporate LiveWire have officially announced the highly celebrated Global Fund winners of 2017, including Rostron Carlyle’s Gavin McInnes, who took out the top award in the Best in Corporate Law category.
The Global Fund Awards is an international awards program that recognises companies and individuals who support the global finance industry. All aspects of the funds sector were reviewed and those who stood out in hedge funds, overcoming the global economic challenges, financial services, finance law, and asset management have been celebrated in the awards. The judges at Corporate LiveWire consider industry recognition, investor returns, fund performance, and service excellence amongst other achievements as the criteria to be recognised in the program.
The judging panel at Corporate LiveWire placed each shortlisted candidate under intense scrutiny, setting its sights firmly on the most impressive performance over the past year. Each individual and company was chosen on merit and is set to play an important role in the continued success of the industry.
Jake Powers, Awards Director of the Global Fund Award Winners Guide commented on the stature of this year’s winners: “Everyone at Corporate LiveWire was pleased to see the increase in nominations over the past 12 months. It was a difficult task for our judges to pick the winners with fierce competition in each category. I look forward to seeing how our winners continue to perform throughout 2017.”
The full winners guide can be found here (password: gfunds2017).
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