GableGotwals Named 2014 M&A Award Winners
GableGotwals was announced among the winners of the prestigious 2014 M&A Awards, sponsored by UK-based AI Global Media, Acquisition International Magazine and DealFlow. The firm was specifically recognized by Sustained Excellence to Legal Services—USA.
Voted for by a global network of expert M&A professionals, advisers, clients, peers and industry insiders, the awards celebrate excellence in all areas of M&A, recognizing not only individual deal success but also the firms and individuals behind the scenes whose tireless efforts and unrivalled expertise have contributed to the dramatic increase in global M&A activity over the past year. The awards are handed out solely on merit and are awarded to only those most deserving for their outstand¬ing work over the past 12 months. The 2014 M&A Awards really are a true representation of a fascinating, competitive and ever-evolving business landscape.
“This year’s winners are some of the most dedicated, forward-thinking and determined we’ve seen in all our time running these awards,” said Kathryn Turner, Chief Coordinator of the 2014 M&A Awards. “Their insights and expertise have been invaluable to countless businesses around the world and they have been responsible for some of the most exciting and important game-changing deals and developments over the past 12 months. “We’re honored to be able to share just some of their stories with you here.”
To find out exactly who to turn to in the M&A industry and to gain invaluable insight into the working practices of the most successful in the business, visit the AI website (www.acquisition-intl.com) where you can access the winner’s supplement.
Winners are determined by three factors, the first of which is the number of votes received. The voting forms were distributed to Acquisition International Magazine’s dedicated base of 53,000+ subscribers. Beyond this, they also have an in-house database of 150,000 individuals, all of whom have been actively involved in some form of transactional activity over the course of the last two years. The second factor is our substantial in-house research. This is a vital stage on the basis that we accept both self and third party nominations. Thirdly, they ask the nominees to supply supporting documents which they feel may cement their nominations – all items we are sent are taken into consideration.