DWF bosses reveal growth plan following restructure

David Abbott and Matthew Doughty from DWF Group PLC
David Abbott and Matthew Doughty, DWF
Photo: DWF

Matthew Doughty, CEO of Insurance at DWF, has revealed the legal and business service provider is looking to grow by doing more end-to-end business with existing clients, attracting new insurers and hiring more partners “from competitors”. 

From the start of this month, the structure of DWF has been overhauled into:

Commercial Services – combining the commercial legal advisory teams with business services, including global entity

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