Cravath takes the crown as Banking Group of the Year

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Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP has been named one of Law360’s 2023 Banking Groups of the Year for its achievements in the banking sector. One of the key accomplishments that helped Cravath win the award was its role in the voluntary self-liquidation of Silvergate Capital, a cryptocurrency-aligned bank. Cravath was praised for successfully navigating the complex legal and regulatory aspects of the process.

Cravath’s banking group was also recognized for its work in other areas, including advising Concentrix Corp. on its $8 billion merger with Morgan Stanley. The firm’s attorneys provided strategic guidance and expertise throughout the transaction.

Law360 highlighted the breadth and depth of Cravath’s banking practice, which covers a wide range of areas, including regulatory compliance, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and litigation. The firm is known for its ability to handle complex and high-stakes matters for its clients.

In addition to its legal work, Cravath’s banking group also stands out for its commitment to diversity and inclusion. The group is composed of attorneys from diverse backgrounds, and the firm actively promotes diversity and equal opportunities within its ranks.

Overall, Cravath’s recognition as one of Law360’s Banking Groups of the Year is a testament to the firm’s excellence and leadership in the banking sector. The firm’s accomplishments, expertise, and commitment to diversity set it apart from its competitors.

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