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Erriah Chambers wins ACQ Leading M&A Advisory Firm of the Year

Erriah Chambers won the ACQ awards for Leading M&A Advisory Firm of the Year and Leading Corporate Law Firm of the Year.

ACQ Magazine is a well established monthly publication for the M&A advisory community worldwide. The annual ACQ Global Awards are the result of an independent nomination process and reward the hard work and achievements accomplished throughout the year.

Dev Erriah, Head of Erriah Chambers has this to say about winning the award:

“Erriah Chambers has developed a very good habit of winning awards on a yearly basis, and these latest awards demonstrate our consistency on the market. They are in line with our work ethic and our tradition of striving for excellence. This year has been quite positive for our law firm, with our association with Lex Africa being one of the high notes; therefore we would very naturally like to associate Lex Africa with these awards.”

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