• Brachers has been shortlisted in the ‘Best operational continuity’ category at the Managing Partners’ Forum Awards 2021.

    Now in its 19th year, the Forum, with its knowledge partners Harvard Business Review and the Financial Times, continues to recognise achievement in management excellence.

    The judging process involves rigorous independent evaluation of initiatives that show superior business practices, support to clients, and community engagement. Over 200 firms worldwide have entered to date, many on multiple occasions.

    Brachers’ awards submission focussed on the firm’s innovative IT strategy and use of data to drive an efficient, productive, and agile working model.

    Brachers has been shortlisted alongside organisations Arthur Cox, Osborne Clark, Shoosmiths and Wylie & Bisset.

    Commenting on the shortlisting, Managing Partner Joanna Worby said: “It is an honour to be shortlisted for this prestigious award, alongside some very impressive organisations.

    “We are very proud of the great strides we have made in our IT provision in recent years, which saw us adapt well to COVID-19 challenges and enabled us to react quickly and make strategic decisions based on real-time data insights. We are delighted that this nomination recognises our achievements in this area.”

    The winners will be announced at the Managing Partners’ Forum Awards virtual ceremony on Thursday 10 June 2021.

    This shortlisting is the latest in a series of high-profile awards successes over the past year. There has been recognition for a number of Brachers teams and individuals, including in the UK Probate Research Awards 2021, South East Dealmakers Awards 2021British Wills and Probate Awards 2020Credit Excellence Awards 2020, and Law Society Excellence Awards 2020.

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