Schillings Ranked in the Financial Times Intelligent Business Top 35
16 November 2018
Schillings has been ranked in this year’s Financial Times Top 35 Intelligent Business index.
Part of an initiative between the Financial Times and the research think tank, RSG Consulting, the Intelligent Business index and its accompanying report exist to champion the integration of people, processes and data to solve business’s operational challenges.
Trends this year included cyber security and supply chains, with Schillings being recognised for best integrated services and cyber security, alongside other businesses such as EY, Deloitte, KPMG and PwC.
Commenting on Schillings’ inclusion in the Top 35 Intelligent Business index, Christopher Mills, COO & Partner at Schillings said: "Seven years ago we set out to transform what was a standalone UK law firm into a multi-disciplinary business advising on reputation and privacy crises. Today, almost half of our client facing staff are drawn from intelligence specialists, investigators, cyber security experts and risk consultants who, together with their legal colleagues, are helping to redefine what it means to be a law firm.
“This accolade is an endorsement of the steps we have taken to evolve as a business in order to protect clients’ from today’s reputation, privacy and security threats.”
“The last few years have certainly been a transformative period for Schillings” comments Jeremy Eakin, Partner at Schillings. “To be recognised by the Financial Times and RSG Consulting in their Top 35 Intelligent Business index is a great achievement. I wish to congratulate everyone at Schillings for their hard work in strengthening and integrating our people, processes and procedures, which in turn has enabled us to continue to deliver exceptional client service”.Receive our monthly newsletter