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Matheson Nominated for Prestigious International Thought Leadership Award

DATE: 03.03.2015

Matheson has been shortlisted for Best Thought Leadership in the 2015 Managing Partners’ Forum (MPF) Awards.  

These international awards for management excellence recognise the top professional services firms across Europe which distinguish themselves through consistently delivering high performance and positive results for clients. For the competitive awards programme, independent formal assessment is undertaken by MPF to analyse firms’ operational abilities; effective management organisation; business development; and the application of subject matter expertise resulting in positive impacts for the client experience.

Matheson is honoured to be nominated by MPF for Best Thought Leadership this year. At Matheson, our thought leadership focuses on the key legal, operational and strategic factors which are relevant to international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland. We communicate our thinking, subject matter expertise and research on the most important and pressing issues for our clients, and the international reach of this discipline is championed through our Irish, UK, US East Coast and West Coast offices and teams. 

Notes: The MPF thought leadership and annual Awards for Management Excellence is run in association with the Harvard Business Review, the Financial Times and others. Award winners will be announced in London on 11 March 2015. MPF is an independent professional body, committed since 1995 to improving the effectiveness and professionalism of leadership and team collaboration at professional firms worldwide. 

 

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