Hicksons Launch 2025 Strategic Vision

Today we reach a historic pivotal point with the official launch of our 2025 Strategic Vision.

Eighteen months in the making under the leadership of Managing Partner, John Markos, 2025 Strategic Vision will see us combine organic growth with suitable M&A opportunities, broadening our legal offering to include business advisory services, supported by a culture of excellence and innovation. By 2025 we will be recognised and respected as a leader in the provision of legal and business advisory services.

Not just good news for clients. 2025 Strategic Vision underpins an environment that encourages our talented teams to enhance their capabilities and skills, fostering creativity.

Having led the firm through a series of important changes, refreshing and revitalising the firm in the lead-up to the launch of 2025 Strategic Vision, John Markos has announced he will take the opportunity to step down from the Managing Partner role, effective 31 December 2019.

Stewart Cameron has been appointed as Managing Partner to lead the firm in the realisation of the strategy, effective from 1 January 2020. A partner with Hicksons for 21 years and the leader of the firm’s Workers’ Compensation team since 2003, Stewart brings the energy, commitment and passion to lead Hicksons to achieve our ambitious and exciting vision.

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