KWM administrator's report reveals fees paid to CMS, Pinsents and £4.5m returned to Barclays

Quantuma report reveals details of payouts to advisers and creditors of collapsed firm

Fees paid to the firms advising on the collapse of King & Wood Mallesons’ (KWM) former European and Middle East (EUME) arm have been revealed in a new administrator’s report, which also details the amount so far returned to the firm’s main creditor, Barclays.

The progress report from Quantuma reveals that the administrator has received almost £1.1m so far for its services, while CMS Cameron McKenna has been paid almost £850,000 in fees and disbursements for advice on what the report describes as “the complex legal issues which have arisen both in the pre- and post-administration periods”.

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