Rapidly growing firm to open in Perth

An established specialist firm has announced plans to open an office in Perth later this year.

Rapidly growing firm to open in Perth
Insurance specialist firm Wotton + Kearney has announced it will open its doors in Perth this November.

Having worked with national clients in all jurisdictions in Australia for the past decade, the firm says establishing a Perth office will strengthen the capability, establishing themselves as a national insurance specialist.

Leading the Perth practice will be insurance specialist Riaan Piek, who will join the firm as a partner.

“Establishing an office in Perth will further strengthen our service offering to the insurance market, a large part of which writes commercial insurance business in the region,” said a statement issued by the firm.

“Our expansion into Perth reinforces W+K’s position as the only firm practising solely in insurance law in Australia’s major cities and is a key part of our vision to be the leading specialist provider of legal services to the insurance industry.”

The firm currently has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

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