Capital gains: Bakers London chief on City growth, partner targets and the firm's 'powerful' story

Former Bakers tax head Alex Chadwick on his plans for the firm's London base after boosting revenues in his first year at the helm

With a recent charity abseil down Broadgate Tower under his belt and a Norfolk windmill conversion to deal with in his spare time, Baker McKenzie’s London managing partner Alex Chadwick is getting used to new heights.

And his first year at the helm of Bakers’ City office has also been on an upward trajectory, with estimated 2016-17 revenues for the base coming in at around £189m – a 7% increase on the previous year.

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