Rankings, News/10 Oct 2022

Borenius Ranked in Tier 1 by the 32nd Edition of the IFLR1000

We are delighted to announce that we have once again received Tier 1 rankings in all categories in the 32nd edition of the IFLR1000. The publication covers the practice areas of Banking and Finance, Capital Markets, M&A, and Project Development.

The IFLR1000 guide ranks law firms and lawyers based on financial and corporate transactional work. We have traditionally received excellent feedback from our clients, and this year is no exception. According to client and peer feedback, our experts have a commercial mindset with excellent know-how and a great understanding of the market.

In addition to the Tier 1 rankings awarded to our practice areas, the IFLR1000 also gave recognition to the work of our outstanding individuals. Senior Associate Jenny Shahnovskij is now recognised as a Notable Practitioner while Partner Riikka Eronen made her debut on the list as a Rising Star Partner. See all rankings below.

“Commercial mindset. Excellent know-how, especially in cross-border related topics in ECM transaction.” – Capital Markets

“They have a very good team which is experienced and effective.” – Insolvency     

“Super-responsive and helpful. They are not only fantastic lawyers but also have a great understanding of the market.” – M&A

“Punctual, setting context, understanding on the vital issues.” – Project development

IFLR1000 Borenius

Expert Consultant:

Jyrki Tähtinen

Market Leader:

Juha Koponen

Highly Regarded:

Casper Herler
Christian Fogelholm
Ari Kaarakainen
Niina Nuottimäki
Johannes Piha

Notable Practitioner:

Jari Gadd
Paulus Hidén
Asko Lindqvist
Saara Paronen
Jenny Shahnovskij

Rising Star:

Robert Peldán
Tuomas Tikkanen

Rising Star Partner:

Riikka Eronen

The IFLR1000 has been researching legal markets for over 30 years with an experienced research team based in London, New York, and Hong Kong. The law firm rankings are based on three key criteria: client feedback, peer feedback, and evidence of transaction values and volumes. Read more here.

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