Mallesons to shake up partner pay as 'game-changing' China merger nears March launch
Mallesons Stephen Jaques has launched a review of its lockstep as it emerges that the Australian leader’s Hong Kong partnership will be fully financially integrated with China’s King & Wood’s when the merger between the two firms goes live next month. Mallesons and King & Wood partners in Hong Kong will share one profit pool from 1 March this year, with King & Wood partners understood to be transferring over to Mallesons’ remuneration system.
Profit-sharing and management details emerge ahead of ‘game-changing’ Asia-Pac tie-up
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