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WFW excels in Q3 2019 energy and infrastructure league tables5 November 2019

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"These fantastic results reinforce WFW’s standing as one of the world’s leading advisers for energy and infrastructure expertise. That our top 20 rankings this quarter span Europe, Asia and the Americas demonstrates our expanding global footprint in this sector."Global Energy Co-Head Henry Stewart

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has achieved a superb set of rankings in the Q3 2019 energy and infrastructure league table rankings for legal advisers in leading sector publications inspiratia, Inframation and IJGlobal.

WFW continues to lead inspiratia’s global renewables rankings, coming first by deal count for the third time this year.

The firm also attained 39 top 20 rankings in Inframation and SparkSpread’s Q3 2019 League Table and Trend Report (Project Finance), including rankings in new jurisdictions such as India and Canada. The firm’s top five rankings were:

  • 1st by deal count All Sectors EU;
  • 1st by deal count All Sectors Germany;
  • 1st by deal count All Sectors Spain;
  • 1st by deal count Europe Renewables;
  • 1st by deal count Global Renewables;
  • 2nd by deal count All Sectors All Europe;
  • 2nd by deal count All Sectors EMEA;
  • 2nd by deal count All Sectors France;
  • 2rd by deal count All Sectors Italy;
  • 2nd by deal count All Sectors Nordics;
  • 3rd by deal count Europe Power;
  • 4th by deal count All Sectors Global;
  • 4th by deal value Asia Power; and
  • 5th by deal value Europe Renewables.

Six top ten rankings were also achieved in IJGlobal’s Q3 2019 rankings, including the following top five results:

  • 5th by deal value European Infrastructure Finance; and
  • 5th by deal count Global Project Finance.

Global Energy Co-head Malte Jordan commented: “We’re delighted that WFW has once again excelled in this quarter’s league tables, not only in the renewables sector where we are the go-to law firm, but also for project finance and M&A generally”.

Fellow Global Energy Co-head Henry Stewart concurred, adding: “These fantastic results reinforce WFW’s standing as one of the world’s leading advisers for energy and infrastructure expertise. That our top 20 rankings this quarter span Europe, Asia and the Americas demonstrates our expanding global footprint in this sector”.

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