Insights: News Chambers USA Once Again Ranks Kilpatrick Townsend's Financial Institutions Team Among the Top Firms for Nationwide Financial Institutions M&A
Team Achieves National Ranking for Ninth Consecutive Year
WASHINGTON, DC (June 13) -- Kilpatrick Townsend announced today that the 2022 edition of Chambers USA America’s Leading Lawyers for Business has once again recognized its Financial Institutions Team as one of the nation’s leading practice groups for Nationwide Financial Institutions M&A. This is the ninth consecutive year that the team has been named among the country’s top firms in this area.
Chris Gattuso, leader of the Financial Institutions Team, states: “The firm has built a national reputation for delivering innovative full-service legal solutions to financial institutions in the mergers and acquisitions arena as we work with our clients to help them execute their strategic vision. We are proud that the Financial Institutions Team’s commitment to exceptional client service has again resulted in our being recognized as trusted advisors to some of the leading financial institutions in the community banking space.”
For more information about Kilpatrick Townsend’s Financial Institutions Team, please contact Chris Gattuso: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Chambers and Partners Publishing, based in London, produces the annual Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. For the current US directory, thousands of interviews were conducted covering the entire country and were carried out by a team of over 50 full-time researchers over a period of six months. For more information, visit: www.chambers.com.
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