Boosted by strong performance in its leveraged finance and general corporate practices, Cahill Gordon & Reindel’s revenue and profits rebounded last year, recovering from the firm’s 7% decline in 2018.

Cahill’s gross revenue rose in 2019 rose by 7.6% to $387.8 million, similar to 2017 levels, while the firm pushed up its average profits per equity partner by almost 12%, to nearly $3.84 million, surpassing 2017 numbers.

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