White & Case Scores 32 Tier One and 103 Leading Lawyer Rankings from IFLR 1000 2014 | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

White & Case Scores 32 Tier One and 103 Leading Lawyer Rankings from IFLR 1000 2014

White & Case scored 32 Tier One practice rankings and 103 "Leading Lawyer" rankings in the 2014 edition of the IFLR1000. The Firm earned these top rankings across five global practices and 23 countries and regions.

IFLR1000 is an annual guide to the world's leading financial law firms. It provides research and analysis of law firms operating in more than 120 jurisdictions worldwide. Its rankings are based on the recommendations of in-house counsel at the world's most prominent financial institutions and companies, as well as the leading lawyers, attorneys and solicitors in each legal market it covers.

The following are White & Case's Tier One practice rankings by country:

Brazil
International firms in Brazil

Czech Republic
Banking and project finance
Capital markets
Mergers and acquisitions
Restructuring and insolvency

Egypt
International firms in Egypt

Finland
Capital markets
Mergers and acquisitions

Germany
Restructuring and insolvency

Ghana
International firms in Ghana

Hong Kong
Bank lending

Hungary
Mergers and acquisitions
Project finance

India
International firms in India

Kazakhstan
Financial and corporate

Kenya
International firms in Kenya

Mexico
Mergers and acquisitions

Morocco
International firms in Morocco

Mozambique
International firms in Mozambique

Nigeria
International firms in Nigeria

Russia
Mergers and acquisitions
Project finance

Slovak Republic
Banking and finance
Mergers and acquisitions

Tanzania
International firms in Tanzania

Tunisia
International firms in Tunisia

Turkey
Capital markets Istanbul
Mergers and acquisitions Istanbul
Project finance Ankara

Uganda
International firms in Uganda

United States
Project finance

Zambia
International firms in Zambia

The following are White & Case's "Leading Lawyer" rankings:

Belgium
Capital markets: Matthieu Duplat

Brazil
International firms in Brazil: Donald Baker

China
Banking-foreign firms: Baldwin Cheng, Xiaoming Li
Mergers and acquisitions-foreign firms: John Leary, Vivian Tsoi

Czech Republic
Banking and project finance: Ivo Bárta, Jonathan Weinberg
Capital markets: Michal Dlouhý, Kvĕtsolav Krejči
Mergers and acquisitions: Michael Smrek
Restructuring and insolvency: Petr Kuhn, David Plch, Jiři Tomola

Finland
Capital markets: Petri Haussila, Tanja Törnkvist
Mergers and acquisitions: Timo Airisto, Risto Ojantakanen

France
Capital markets: Gilles Endreo, Cenzi Gargaro, Thomas Le Vert, Séverin Robillard, Colin Chang
Mergers and acquisitions: François Leloup, Vincent Morin
Project finance: Paule Biensan, Jacques Bouillon, Victoria Westcott
Restructuring and insolvency: Philippe Métais

Germany
Banking: Leïla Röde
Capital markets – debt: Jochen Artzinger-Bolten
Capital markets – equity: Lutz Krämer
Capital markets – structured finance: Dennis Heuer
Project finance: Alexander Reuter
Restructuring and insolvency: Biner Bähr, Sven-Holger Undritz

Hong Kong
Bank lending: Baldwin Cheng, John Hartley, John Shum

Hungary
Banking: Gergely Horváth, Edward Keller
Mergers and acquisitions: Robert Irving

Italy
Banking: Iacopo Canino, Nicholas Lasagna
Capital markets: Michael Immordino, Ferigo Foscari

Japan
Banking: Simon Collins, Toshio Dokei
Capital markets debt & equity: Norifusa Hashimoto
Mergers and acquisitions: Brian Strawn, Jun Usami
Project finance: Henrik Gordenker

Kazakhstan
Financial and corporate: Marat Ibragimov, Maxim Telemtayev

Mexico
Banking and finance: Vicente Corta Fernández
Mergers and acquisitions: Iker Arriola Peñalosa, Rodrigo Orozco Waters

Poland
Capital markets: Marcin Studniarek

Russia
Banking: Maya Melnikas, Irina Nesvetova
Mergers and acquisitions: Andrei Dontsov, Eric Michailov, Igor Ostapets
Project finance: Evgenia Laurson

Singapore
Banking – foreign firms: Kate Allchurch, Guan Feng Chen
Capital markets – foreign firms: Kaya Proudian, David Barwise
Mergers and acquisitions – foreign firms: William Kirschner

Slovak Republic
Banking and finance: Ivo Bárta, Marek Staroň, Silvia Belovičová
Mergers and acquisitions: Juraj Fuska

Spain
Capital markets – debt: Juan Manuel De Remedios

Sweden
Banking and project finance: Magnus Wennerhorn, Carl Hugo Parment
Capital markets: Rikard Stenberg
Mergers and acquisitions: Ulf Johansson

Turkey
Meltem Akol, Guniz Gokce, Zeynep Çakmak, Cagdas Evrim Ergun, Sednem Onder, Mehtap Yildirim Ozturk

United Arab Emirates
Financial and corporate: Margaret Cole, Campbell Steadman, Sean Johnson

United Kingdom
Bank lending: Lee Cullinane, Magdalene Bayim-Adomako, R Jake Mincemoyer
Capital markets – debt: Francis Fitzherbert-Brockholes, Stuart Matty, Andrew Weiler
Capital markets – equity: Ian Clark, Allan Taylor
Capital markets – structured finance and securitisation: Gavin McLean
Financial services regulatory – non contentious: Stuart Willey
Project Finance: Philip Stopford
Restructuring and insolvency: Christian Pilkington

United States
Project finance: Arthur Scavone

Western Europe EU Competition
Mark Powell, Ian Forrester, Jacquelyn MacLennan, James Killick