Those servicing the private wealth community share many similarities, forming their own community.
This includes other legal advisers, accountancy professionals and consultants, as well as private bankers, investment advisers, wealth managers, family offices and trustees. It also includes property agents and specialists engaged with art and collectables, bloodstock, aircraft, ships, high-level design, landscape creations, and rare craftsmanship.
We are keen to work with all members of the wealth community, and the hidden advisers - to share what we know. We enjoy learning from others, and working together for mutual clients to give them a better service.
We share many client relationships and share the same clients’ concerns and ambitions. We share many challenges in meeting quick answers and demanding completions, whilst making sure clients safety and security is not compromised.
As well as working with fellow specialists like you with our mutual clients, we are here to support your own businesses on its growth journey, with a wider network for the new clients we develop together.
This is particularly relevant for investment managers and private bank advisers, and family offices but also for businesses throughout the wealth industry. We are able to support you as a business on any regulatory, tech, property, employment, data protection or dispute matter. And if you are seeking to merge or acquire, or dispose of wealth businesses, we can bring our specialist colleagues quickly together to close deals so you can re-set your priorities.
We are advisers to advisers.
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