Gideon Moore reappointed until April 2022 as Linklaters’ Firmwide Managing Partner

Linklaters’ Firmwide Managing Partner, Gideon Moore, has been reappointed until April 2022, following a vote at the firm’s annual partners’ meeting.

Gideon Moore 

Charlie Jacobs, Senior Partner and Chairman commented:

“During his term, Gideon has demonstrated astute leadership capabilities in managing the firm through an important period of development and growth in a challenging global business environment. Our sustained record of outstanding client service and strong financial performance is proof of the value of the Strategy Refresh he led and continues to implement across the firm. We have a fantastic platform for future growth and I look forward to working with Gideon on a range of strategic matters in 2019 and beyond.”

Gideon Moore said:

‘I am honoured to have the opportunity and privilege to continue leading Linklaters. The last few years have been immensely rewarding and my job now will be to continue creating the best conditions for the firm to excel: delivering best in class client experience; investing appropriately to manage our business ever more efficiently and innovatively; and ensuring Linklaters is a place where our people can perform to their best and thrive in their careers.”

Gideon has held the role of Linklaters’ Firmwide Managing Partner since January 2016. In this role, he chairs the global law firm’s Executive Committee. Previously global head of the firm’s banking practice and co-head of its leveraged finance practice, he is one of the market’s foremost experts in leveraged and acquisition finance.

As Firmwide Managing Partner, Gideon has led the development and implementation of a strategy focussed on the delivery of best in class legal support and consistently excellent client service. Key to this objective is attracting, developing and retaining exceptional talent, fostering a culture of teamwork, innovation and entrepreneurialism, and creating an environment where all people across the firm feel they belong and have a fair and equal opportunity to reach their full potential.