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  • June 14, 2019

Michaëla Ulrici has been named 'Best in structured finance & securitisations' by the prestigious annual Euromoney (IFLR) Legal Media Group Europe Women in Business Law Awards 2019.  These highly-regarded awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of women in the legal profession, as well as those law firms which set the standard for supportive female working practices across Europe.

This is the first time somebody at the firm won this prestigious European award. The nominations as well as the awards are based on extensive research by Euromoney LMG. Michaëla was one of nine nominees.

"Let me start by congratulating Michaëla with on this well-deserved recognition," board member Petra Zijp says. "We are all really proud of her. Next to that, winning this award says a lot about the work our firm puts into championing women in the workplace."

Ensuring NautaDutilh has a diverse workforce is one of the pillars of the firm's strategy. Not only because diversity and inclusion are the right issues to focus on, but also because more divers teams deliver better results; and since high quality and client satisfaction are also key for NautaDutilh, winning this award means we are very well on our way.

For NautaDutilh, this award also underlines our ambitions to remain market leader. It`s also a confirmation we are still being seen as a business partner, fulfilling  pivotal roles in the domestic markets and in pan-European transactions. As a result, we are able to find and adapt solutions that meet our clients' expectations time and time again, as we have showed with setting up these different types of transactions, programs and platforms. 

More information about the awards and all winners can be found here.

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