Arc Pensions Law wins MPF award for Best Collaboration with External Specialists
Arc Pensions Law is delighted to have won the award for ‘Best Collaboration with External Specialists’ in this year’s Managing Partners’ Forum Awards for its partnership with Kindleworth LLP.
Kindleworth was carefully selected to help with the Arc’s 2015 launch, providing tailored, comprehensive back-office support, allowing Arc to rapidly carve out a place as a leading UK Pensions Practice.
With Kindleworth’s expert support, Arc not only accelerated and de-risked its launch, but by taking advantage of on-demand ongoing resources, dramatically reduced the capital needs of the firm, enabling the business to attract new partners, grow quickly and rapidly scale-up resources as required.
Arc’s partnership with Kindleworth has paved the way to other award-winning successes, enabling Arc’s high-calibre lawyers to focus on clients, free from operational and administrative burdens, working on a modern, flexible and efficient platform.
Managing Partner Chris Mullen commented: “We are thrilled to win the MPF award for our partnership with Kindleworth, who were a tremendous help to us in setting up and rapidly growing our new pensions law firm; it’s terrific that the MPF has an award category that recognises how important teaming up with the right external specialists can be to the success of a professional services business. This award allows us to publicly celebrate Arc and Kindleworth’s joint success on our journey so far.”
Austin Healey | Chris Mullen, Managing Partner | Anna Rogers, Senior Partner | James Hacking, Partner at Kindleworth LLP | Nadia Cristina, Managing Editor at PM magazine
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