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These rules are such that, in most cases, all the banks that participate in a transaction obtain the same league table credit regardless of their role in the transaction. Thus, mandates associated with low effort and low fees but with full league table credit, like fairness opinions, are natural league table management tools.
A fairness opinion, or FO, is a third-party assessment of the fairness of the pricing of a proposed transaction. FOs are financially unattractive because their fees are usually very low—in our sample, the median fee is 14bp about thousand dollars for FOs, vs. However, FOs are beneficial in terms of league table credit because FO providers obtain the same league table credit as regular advisors. Second, banks willing to improve their position in the league table can cut their fees.
By doing so, they reduce their current earnings but they increase their chances of obtaining mandates, thereby increasing their expected league table rank and their future deal flow. We identify variations in the incentives to manage league table rankings as follows. If this difference is large, participating in the next transaction is unlikely to help the bank preserve or improve its rank in the league table.
By contrast, if the bank is close to its competitors in terms of league table credits, it can gain ranks by increasing its activity marginally but it can also lose ranks if its competitors do the same. In this case, the bank has a lot to gain from participating in the next transaction. Our second measure is recent performance in the league table, which may affect the costs and benefits of league table management.
We find that banks are more likely to do FOs and to reduce their fees when their incentives to do so are greater. Specifically, we show that when there are multiple advisors for the same deal and the same client i. Finally, we investigate the implications of this strategic response to league table rankings. We find that league table management affects the quality of services delivered by banks.
On the other hand, league table management seems to have a negative impact on the quality of some services provided by banks. The complete article is available for download here. Subscribe or Follow. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Oxana Balayan. Denis Uvarov. Vasilisa Strizh. The group has a full arsenal of capabilities, having very experienced lawyers, both in Moscow and globally, whose expertise can quickly be drawn on any matter from any jurisdiction. She also finds time to work on pro bono matters and is known for this on the market as well.
He has brought us success on three of our more significant project from until today. The department has a solid reputation in the energy industry, and team members also focus on issues in the technology, transportation and real estate sectors. Valentina Gluhovskaya ; Anatoly Andriash. The department has a transactional strength and focuses on the TMT, energy and natural resources, financial services, private equity, agriculture, mining and real estate sectors.
Eric Michailov ; Andrei Dontsov. They can work day and night in order to examine each and every aspect of an issue. This is the team of lawyers we feel very confident with. He is a first-class corporate lawyer, equally strong on the business as well as the legal side of issues, very efficient and always on point. He devotes a lot of time and attention to a deal and knows documents concerning transactions in great detail.
Natalia Baratiants. The team has notable multi-jurisdictional project management skills, for which clients single out the expertise of practice co-head and recently promoted partner Bulat Zhambalnimbuev. Bulat Zhambalnimbuev ; Anton Konnov. Bulat is equally efficient in providing domestically focused business-oriented advice, as well as in coordinating work across multiple offices if we need expertise from abroad. Marc Bartholomy.
The group's cross-border expertise is additionally strengthened through the English, French and German law capabilities of Moscow-based team members. Vladimir Zenin. The team is fantastic — it is very efficient and combines quick speed with high quality. The team excels in the TMT, mining and metals, utilities, oil and gas, transportation and financial services industries.
The department is equally well-versed in corporate governance issues, compliance work and commercial contractual arrangements. The team demonstrates a breath of experience across multiple sectors with particular strength in the manufacturing, mining and metals, private equity and technology industries. Laura Brank. She has other lawyers in her team who are Russian natives but whose communication in English is also seamless.
Sector-specific expertise spans the oil and gas, mining, infrastructure, machinery construction and technology industries. Maria Miroshnikova. The group's sector-specific expertise spans the healthcare, telecoms, oil and gas, metals and mining, and automotive industries. The team is experienced in cross-border mandates, particularly across the CIS region. David Stewart. It was a great reassurance to have the team on the other side of the table, as these are among the best negotiators we have ever worked with.
The team is very efficient and knowledgeable, which allowed all parties to execute the deal in an extremely challenging time frame. We also worked with associate Timur Bayramov, who is very strong technically. The practice is increasingly instructed on transactions in the technology, real estate and construction sectors. Dmitry Lubomudrov ; Alexey Gorodissky.
The lawyers are very responsive to requests and helpful. Victoria Goldman ; Mikhail Timonov. They always ask the right questions and provide creative solutions within a short time. The team members are extremely helpful, responsive and reliable.
She always gives excellent commercial advice to our company, and she always gets straight to the heart of the matter. Yulia Eremenko. Their responses to our queries have always been arrived in a timely manner and answered in full. Anton Samokhvalov. The lawyers keep clients up to date on key changes to the law and are on top of risks associated with our business. The team acts for leading domestic clients and has built a strong reputation across the energy and natural resources, real estate, TMT, and financial services sectors.
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Moreover, the team was very strong in explaining Russian law concepts to foreign lawyers. Beyond its transactional strength, the team is also experienced in regulatory matters and issues concerning sanctions. Anton Rogoza is now an independent practitioner. Patrick Brooks. Alexander Sitnikov ; Alexander Garmaev. Rostislav Shatenok, Ilya Smirnov. The best legal team I have ever worked with. Excellent lawyers, who are able to help with both local and international deals.
They react quickly, their advice of the highest quality. At the same time they never charge more than a work costs. I am absolutely satisfied. Ilya Smirnov is one of the best experts I have ever worked with. They not only acted as a sole legal advisor for the Corporation Russian subsidiary, but performed in close cooperation with the headquarters in the UK. They were focused on delivering accurate practical solutions within our case of debt-to-equity swap under Russian law and fully integrated into the project representing us in negotiations and advising on regulatory issues.
She is also extremely bright and has a deep understanding of legal and business context. Branan Legal. Extremely professional team. His attention to details and knowledge of laws are unsurpassed. Andrei Danilov. Together they have decades of experience working in top international law firms and their advice is always exact, commercial and practical, which is a difficult balance to achieve.
Their advice is presented in a digestible, client friendly manner and their responsiveness is second to none. Tskhakaya is extremely hard-working, skilled at drafting and pragmatic. Danilov is an impressive negotiator with substantial business insights. Nato is an excellent lawyer who is always on top of all the issues on her deals. She communicates well and super responsive. Valentin Petrov, Ivan Semenkin. FBK Legal. Alexander Ermolenko, Nina Boer. KPMG Russia. Partners, managers and consultants demonstrate high level of expertise, show perfect knowledge of corporate and tax legislation, tax practice, local tax environment and authorities requirements.
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They produce not only legal support of high quality, but also demonstrate strong customer-focused approach. O2 Consulting. In our case their English law expertise came in handy. We needed the transaction documents including parallel share purchase agreements under English law and Russian law and the call and put option agreements to be prepared.
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It was nice to work with them. They provided us very high quality services. I have worked with Karen and Anna on a number of occasions and can recommend them to anyone who is looking for exceptional legal services. Pepeliaev Group. Dr Artem Rodin. Fees are reasonable and quality of advice is perfect.
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If you want to play the long game transfer into a restructuring group in your firm and focus on the transactional side of the practice. If you can do that long enough to make senior associate, you'll find it easier to transition to a financial institution in a business role in a much higher position on the org chart. I think I've seen some of your previous posts about how working in a specific industry helped you make your transition to a boutique financial institution, and was unsure whether you were referring to your practice area I assume restructuring or a specific business sector healthcare, telecom, etc.
No need to share personal details but am just looking for clarity on how to best plot my path, thanks. I agree that Wall Street Oasis will be helpful. I would also check out the Vault Guide to Investment Banking. She wrote it while at Stanford GSB, but has since gone on to found Minted and a few other well-regarded startups, and it's a fun tour through the IB graveyard of merged-out banks pre-crisis. How much valuation you do will depend on how your bank does execution e.
You should understand how to build an integrated model from the three financial statements. If you have the money, I would consider doing a "banking training" program, like FE Training there are others. Then you can really understand if you like excel. The biggest difference for me was that when I was in banking, I would spend DAYS working on the same excel model, tweaking it, building out more functionality, getting more inputs.
Then similarly, we would spend WEEKS working on pitch books or information memoranda, circulating those between the company, bankers in different groups internally, lawyers, etc. So I think you need to ask yourself whether you would truly enjoy doing numbers and by extension, finance and accounting all day long, as opposed to drafting.
You really need to go through the crunching phase so that you can easily trend-spot and pick stuff apart. If, as you mentioned, you have a CPA or ugrad BBA or just in general are a great quant-type person, I would not worry about being annoyed by the modeling. I majored in Econ, but my ugrad school did not have finance we were liberal arts and so my Excel skills were WAAAAY behind some of my banking colleagues' skills when I started my analyst program but I quickly caught up.
Accounting can be learned--it's just rules and understanding concepts which are not immediately intuitive but that do click over time. As you mentioned, there's this myth that "structuring" is a very useful skill to have, and I think it is, on specific capital markets products desks. You can read more about this in Erin Callan's memoir, if you're interested. I agree with the previous poster re restructuring jobs--they truly were for the creme de la creme of my Ivy MBA class, lots of prior finance experience as vultures, etc.
I haven't seen law to PE transitioning as much as on the law to banking side, but again, I suppose it's possible. I would warn that you're moving from one client service industry with rotten hours to another, so don't really expect it to be awesome. It's just a different way of working hard. If you're really certain you want to try, go for it. You might want to enlist some headhunters. I recommend Mercury Partners or Glocap. Both of those replies are very helpful. Out of curiosity, what brought you back into law after working in a coveted buy-side role?
This has as much to do with how much big law will change you and the fact that your legal expertise is not likely to be valued by your new employer. Lawyers want to be bankers, but never the other way around. It seems interesting. Are they involved on the business side of a transaction or do they just draft the documents? I think a law degree opens more doors vs an mba. Any insight is appreciated. Boutique IB vs. I'm in a bit of a dilemma and need some advice if any would be kind enough to give it.
I'm interested in both law and finance, so am at a genuine loss as to which to choose. Client roster is pretty amazing. Host of megafunds and loads of very decent mid-market players. Tonnes of travelling too.
Client roster is ok. Normally top quartile mid-market funds. Main exit opps appear to be going to other agents or in Investor Relations at a mega- or large- fund. If you enjoy persuasive argumentation, you are likely looking for a career that involves critical thought - Investment Banking is not that career at the junior level. I'm a final year student in Australia. I'm doing a double degree. The first component of it was a bachelor of business finance major and the second is an LLB which results in me getting a practicing certificate for law.
For the last 5 years I've had the crazy ambition to work in VC , which led me to start a small IT business when I was 19, which then led me to start a venture backed startup when I was Two months ago, I've had to close down the shop, go back to uni and finish my studies.
Along the way, I've discovered that I don't want to work in VC anymore. So the problem I'm having is this: I can't decide whether I should be applying for law or banking job. I'm worried that if I start in banking, I won't be able to ever go back into law, whilst thinking that if I start working in law I can migrate to an associate position in banking after years. What do you think I should do? Should I start in banking or law?
Is there a prejudice for hiring lawyers to work in banking? I am due to start my training contract to become a lawyer next year, and have spent the past nearly 2 years in a tier 1 investment bank on a derivatives documentation project. Recently, I've realised I really enjoy working in an investment bank and particularly enjoy derivatives and structured finance.
I'm 26 now so unfortunately not a new graduate, so bagging summer internships etc is out the question, so I'm now just hoping to land a new role which hopefully might be able to give me more insight in to whether I really want to train to be a lawyer, or whether I could live a career in investment banking.
I've been reading a lot into securitisation and structured products, but the junior roles seem almost non-existent. Am I looking in the wrong places? Or are these roles very few? Alternatively, I've thought maybe advisory compliance would allow me to link together a 'story' in terms of law and understanding derivatives products. Or even regulatory work is very interesting to me, so I've been looking at roles within these areas, without a great deal of success.
I've been spending most my free time reading up on Capital Markets in general, and I know even if I trained to become a lawyer, it would be with the view of hopefully working in-house in an investment bank one day.
Which is harder to break into? I went to an average liberal arts college, majored in philosophy, and did pretty well but not stellar. I'm having doubts about law in major part because of the money-I found out that not only is it impossible to make partner but it's pretty hard to make money at least 6 figures in my definition if you don't come from a top school so I'm exploring alternatives.
Getting a job initialy may be tougher in big law, but to reach the equivalent of law firm partner at an investment bank, it is much tougher. This is because you don't have law firms with thousands of employees like you do in investmetn banking. Notice Managing Director. Stop restricting yourself to the IBD of a bank and look at the whole picture. WSO depends on everyone being able to pitch in when they know something.
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