Ashurst is an international law firm advising corporates, financial institutions and governments. The Firm's principal business focus is mergers and acquisitions, corporate and structured finance. Ashurst also has practices in other areas including investment funds, antitrust, energy, transport,and infrastructure, intellectual property, IT, dispute resolution, financial services, tax, real estate, regulatory, telecommunication and employment. 


Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
1821
Size (employees)
3,055 (est)+2%
Ashurst was founded in 1821 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People/Management at Ashurst

Paul Jenkins

Paul Jenkins

Managing Partner
Ben Tidswell

Ben Tidswell

Chairman
Mary Padbury

Mary Padbury

Vice Chairman
Brian Murphy

Brian Murphy

Counsel
Jan Gooze-Zijl

Jan Gooze-Zijl

Chief Financial & Operations Officer

Ashurst Office Locations

Ashurst has offices in London, Abu Dhabi, Chaoyang Qu, Brisbane City and in 20 other locations
Brisbane City, AU
123 Eagle St
Bruxelles, BE
489 Avenue Louise
Chaoyang Qu, CN
2 Jianguomen Outer St
Hong Kong, HK
Jardine House 1 Connaught Pl
Singapore, SG
12 Marina Boulevard
Dubai, AE
Dubai International Financial Centre
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Ashurst Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1821

Ashurst Financials

Ashurst's revenue was reported to be £504.4 m in FY, 2016 which is a 10% decrease from the previous period.
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2016)

504.4 m

Revenue growth (FY, 2015 - FY, 2016), %

(10%)

Net income (FY, 2016)

144.8 m

EBITDA (FY, 2016)

164.4 m

EBIT (FY, 2016)

152.1 m

Cash (30-Apr-2016)

15.8 m
GBPY, 2016

Revenue/Employee

189.3 k

Financial Leverage

1.7 x
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Ashurst Operating Metrics

Y, 2016

Revenue per Lawyer

$545 k

Total Lawyers

1.41 k

Countries

15

Partners

260
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Ashurst's Web-traffic and Trends

Ashurst Online and Social Media Presence

Ashurst News and Updates

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