Wealth & Finance Magazine Announces the 2016 Women in Wealth Awards Winners.

Cobham-based law firm Mundays can announce Partner and Head of Private Wealth, Julie Man has been named Best Private Wealth Lawyer UK in the ‘2016 Women in Wealth Awards’ which showcases the very best women from across the financial environment.

Julie joined Mundays as a Solicitor in November 2006 and progressed to Associate, Partner and most recently Head of Private Wealth in 2013. The detailed knowledge and experience that Julie has acquired over the last ten years of continuous progression at Mundays has helped to establish her as a solid legal adviser in the private client arena, both internally within Mundays and externally. This has been complemented by an approachable and grounded style, which has earned her an enviable reputation for success amongst her loyal client base. Her ability to distil complex points of law and clearly explain them based on the nuances and practical objectives of each client has been highly praised.

Valerie Toon, Managing Partner at Mundays comments on this fantastic achievement “Julie believes that there really is no ‘typical’ client. It is important to be flexible and adaptable to the needs of the client. Julie leads a hand-picked team that are chosen for their exceptional abilities. Julie deserves this award for the commitment she has shown to her career over the last 10 years at Mundays.”

Commenting on the program Awards Coordinator Daisy Johnson stated: “Women’s contribution to the finance industry cannot be underestimated, and as such this awards programme is showcasing the most committed, successful and professional women from across the market. I am truly proud to be able to highlight the hard work of every one of my winners and would like to wish them an even more prosperous future.”

To learn more about all the deserving award winners and to gain insight into the working practices of the “best of the best”, please visit the Wealth & Finance website where you can access the winners supplement.

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About Mundays

Mundays is a leading law firm which provides specialist legal advice to corporate and private clients. Established in 1960, headquartered in Surrey with an office in London. Mundays has a diverse client base that includes major international and national companies as well as smaller businesses, individuals and families. Mundays specialises in Corporate & Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Employment, Family, Private Wealth, Property, across a wide variety of industry sectors including retail, logistics, franchising, healthcare and technology. With a deep understanding of clients’ businesses, Mundays is able to tailor its expertise and advice to meet clients’ needs – providing City standards at competitive rates.

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