Cripps and Pemberton Greenish merge making mid market major
Cripps and Pemberton Greenish are pleased to confirm the completion of their merger which came into effect on 1 December, creating a major mid-market practice. The firm now combines a regional powerhouse with a substantial and well respected London practice creating both a distinct client offering and market position.
Headquartered in Kent, the newly merged firm has offices in Tunbridge Wells, Kings Hill, the City (Cannon Green) and Chelsea. It will have a combined turnover of over £45 million, and has over 450 people including 64 partners. Gavin Tyler and Clare Hyland remain at the helm as Managing Partner and Senior Partner respectively, with Kerry Glanville heading the firm’s Chelsea office.
Gavin commented “There’s a buzz around the firm and a great enthusiasm for our strategic direction, the increased strength and depth of offering, and that our new colleagues share our keenness to continue our growth as an ambitious, forward thinking business that’s also an enjoyable place to work.” He added “Integrating the two firm’s businesses to drive the maximum benefits to our clients is our focus in the coming months.”
The recently released Legal 500 rankings ably demonstrate the combined firm’s coveted reputation and signal its mid market strengths in real estate, private wealth and growing businesses, with 29 recommended practice areas and a top tier rating in 16 of these.
“We’re excited to be part of the newly combined Cripps and Pemberton Greenish.” said Kerry “With a focused offering, a client centric ethos and complementary skillsets, together our expertise, resources and connections are already opening doors to new opportunities with clients current and new.”