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Record success for Charles Russell Speechlys in Chambers High Net Worth 2023 directory

Charles Russell Speechlys has had another successful year in the most recent edition of Chambers High Net Worth which was launched on 20 July. As a Firm, it received fourteen practice group rankings, seven of which were in the highest possible band, for categories including Private Wealth Law (across London, Guildford, Cheltenham and Hong Kong), Private Wealth Disputes (London and Guildford) and Family Offices & Funds Structuring. The Firm was also amongst the top ranked Firms for categories such as Family/Matrimonial: Ultra High Net Worth, Real Estate: High Value Residential and Immigration and saw two new listings this year for Real Estate: High Value Residential (national leaders) and Tax: Private Client (contentious tax). The Firm also had a record number of individual rankings with promotions and new listings across multiple practice areas.

Chambers High Net Worth is one of the most prestigious directories in the industry, ranking the very best lawyers, accountants, private banks, wealth managers, trust companies and other professional advisers for private wealth work globally. Family offices and professional advisers to wealthy individuals use the Chambers HNW rankings to get an objective view of the leading advisers on an international scale. The rankings are based on the findings of the in-depth research and analysis carried out by their dedicated research team all year round. The Chambers High Net Worth team researches more than 55 countries around the world, including every major private wealth market across six continents. Chambers High Net Worth also has rankings and editorial for every US state and region-by-region coverage of the United Kingdom as well as London.

The feedback received from clients and other professional advisers highlighted Charles Russell Speechlys’ ability to provide a collaborative approach to complex cross-disciplinary matters and also emphasised the Firm’s technical excellence at all levels.

Feedback included:

"Charles Russell Speechlys is a really slick operation that knows what they are doing. The team has the advantage of being a multi-service firm, and they have a really good crop of associates and senior associates."

"Charles Russell Speechlys' global coverage is a main indicator for their top ranking."

"Charles Russell Speechlys is first-rate at both the partner and associates level, their service is at the Rolls-Royce end of the spectrum."

"The firm offers one of the largest and most impressive contentious trust offerings in London."

Piers Master commented: “These outstanding results show that Charles Russell Speechlys sits at the heart of the Private Wealth legal community.  It is particularly pleasing to have been so highly ranked in such a wide range of disciplines, and for the firm to have not just top ranked industry leaders among its partners, but also an increasing number of next generation partners rising through the rankings.”

For more information on Charles Russell Speechlys’ rankings, please click here.

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