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Submissions Guidelines for HNW

For law firms

Please use the same submission and referees templates as for the other Chambers ranking guides. These are uploaded through the portal on the Chambers website in the same way as other submissions.

You are permitted to provide up to 20 work highlights. The submission form is divided into a green section for publishable matters and a red section for confidential matters. Please only put work in the green section that is suitable for publication in the guide. Everything else must go in the confidential section.

You can divide your 20 highlights between the publishable and confidential sections in any proportion. If you cannot include any publishable client names or work highlights, please feel free to delete the publishable section and add extra pages to the confidential section.

Further submissions guidance for law firms is available here.

For accounting firms, banks, wealth managers and fiduciaries

Submission

Please provide a brief (ideally two to three-page) memo. This should detail your firm's main service lines for high net worth individuals and biographical information about key individuals, and should also also explain what sets your firm apart from its competitors in the market. Other information that our readers find useful would include new account minimums (if applicable), particular areas of focus and details of specific expertise in international jurisdictions.

Please also provide the name and email address of a PR or marketing contact, and of a senior member of staff who would be available to be interviewed by one of our researchers.

References

You are also welcome (but not required) to provide a list of no more than 20 potential references, who we can interview to get an objective view of your firm's services. These can be clients, but can also be professional contacts at other organisations with whom you work closely on high net worth matters.

Please get permission from your references before including them on the form. We never tell firms which of their references have responded to our request for interview, and all of our interviews are conducted on a not-for-attribution basis.

If you do not know which research category to apply for, or if you have any other questions about the Chambers High Net Worth research process, please feel free to email the editor.

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