DWS chief exec promises to double corporate dept

Cushnie, Lorraine
April 2006
Lawyer;4/17/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p3
Trade Publication
This article reports on the intention of Denton Wilde Sapte chief executive Howard Morris to double the turnover and headcount of London, England corporate department over the next five years. The firm intends to increase the number of partners from 12 to 25, and the number of associates from 35 to 60. In order to increase the London corporate team the firm plans to rely on a mixture of internal promotions and lateral hires. Morris is willing to move his firm into the private equity field, but due to the firm's recent profitability it has not been able to attract private equity people.


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