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WH Partners top tier law firm with most ranked lawyers

WH Partners has been ranked in Tier 1 in the financial and corporate practice area for the Maltese jurisdiction by IFLR1000, the international guide to world’s leading financial law firms.

The legal directory also rated Olga Finkel, co-managing partner, James Scicluna, co-managing partner, Ruth Galea, partner, and Robert Zammit, partner as highly regarded, making WH Partners the firm with the most lawyers that received the prestigious ranking in Malta.

Olga FinkelOlga Finkel

Dr Scicluna commented: “We are honoured to have been once again recognised as a top tier law firm in the financial and corporate practice area and very proud that we are the only Maltese firm with four lawyers rated as highly regarded. It’s a confirmation of our team’s hard work and commitment, capacity to be involved in complex projects and ability to deliver significant results for our clients’ business.”

WH Partners’ clients offering feedback to IFLR1000 said: “We have been completely satisfied with their performance, service coverage and expertise for over six years. They are extremely trustworthy.”

Ruth GaleaRuth Galea

One source noted: “We use WH Partners as our main partner for all legal and corporate work, working very closely with them on strategy, project deve­lopment, corporate structures, tax and regulatory work. We could not be happier with their work.” Another client highlighted that “WH Partners is always at the forefront of gaming regulation in Malta. They are extremely knowledgeable, efficient and approachable. They are positively there when you need them and provide sterling support.” 

IFLR1000 is the only international legal directory focused exclusively on ranking law firms and lawyers on the basis financial and corporate transactional work. IFLR1000 has researched legal markets for 29 years with an experienced research team based in London, New York and Hong Kong.

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