Financial Review Client Choice Awards 2019

Winner at the Australian Financial Review's Client Choice Awards 2019

28 March 2019

Buddle Findlay is delighted to have been recognised at the Australian Financial Review's Client Choice Awards which were held in Melbourne on Wednesday 27 March 2019.

Buddle Findlay was a finalist in four categories and are delighted to have won three significant awards:

  • Best Professional Services firm (A$50-200m) - this award covers law, accounting and consulting engineering firms in Australasia
  • Best Law & Related Services firm (A$50-200m) in Australasia
  • Best provider to Government & Community in Australasia.

We were also named as the only New Zealand law firm finalist in the Best value firm category.

"These awards are significant recognition for Buddle Findlay, and are really exciting as they are ‘client voice’ awards - they are based entirely on independent external research of how clients in the market perceive professional service firms across Australasia.  We appreciate our clients' participation in the research and continued support, and we remain very focused on ensuring that our clients have a positive experience whenever they work with us.  We will continue to identify new and innovative ways to enhance that experience." - Paul Beverley, National Chair.

Congratulations to all the winners of the Client Choice Awards 2019.

Highlights from the Client Choice Awards 2019 ceremony and dinner can be viewed here.

The Beaton research process
Beaton Research + Consulting, the leading researcher in ‘voice of the client’ services and consultant to professional services, provides the independent research behind the Awards.  The survey research for the Financial Review Client Choice Awards and beatonbenchmarks is done online and individual respondents are invited to complete the survey in cyber-secure ways. Firms’ clients to whom the firm has provided services and referrers of work complete the survey.  Respondents are asked to rate the firms’ brands and performance in delivering services on a range of criteria including quality, value for money, price, and innovation.  In addition, respondents are invited to nominate and rate those individual practitioners who deliver exceptional quality and service.