Chambers and Partners – Professional Advisor Series

Further on in their specialist series, Chambers and Partners have launched this year’s guide for professional advisers to high net worth individuals and organisations, providing objective advice internationally.

The in-depth analysis covers private client market trends and ranked the leading lawyers and law firms for international private banking.

Shoosmiths’ work with high profile personalities, entrepreneurs and landowners has been recognized in the rankings and includes private wealth litigation and our complex financial crime litigation defending international business owners and corporations. other wealthy people.

Our specialist litigation team in Manchester have been awarded a new ranking in recognition of their specialization in all types of trust and estate litigation, advising high net worth and high profile individuals as well as trustees and charities. Adam Draper, Laura Abbott, Andrew Bishop, Stuart Nevin and Mandeep Chima have achieved rankings in tables that rank people who represent beneficiaries, trustees and financial institutions in complex and high-value probate and trust litigation , including offshore and multi-jurisdictional cases.

John Hartley was recently recognized for his work defending clients accused of money laundering, fraud, bribery and corruption, where the work of the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA), issues sanctions and extradition are also covered.

Stephen Patch celebrates a new Band 1 ranking and joins Sarah Cairns, Charlotte Dunn and Melissa Maple as leading professional advisors in the private banking market.

These in-depth and market-leading recommendations, rankings and insights are based on the in-depth analysis of the market as it stood in 2021, conducted by Chambers’ dedicated team of experienced researchers.

The guide’s ranking also recommends the best accounting firms, private banks, wealth managers, trust companies and other professional advisers to high net worth individuals around the world.

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