Charles Russell Speechlys wins two Leaders League awards In Paris
On the 31st of March Charles Russell Speechlys won two silver trophies from Leaders League in France. The two prestigious industry accolades were awarded in recognition of Charles Russell Speechlys’ outstanding performance as an international firm and its private client services team. Leaders League is a media and rating agency for international executives as well as advisory and law firms, and is the publisher of the Décideurs magazine.
Commenting on the Leaders League awards, Frédéric Jeannin, Paris office Head, said: “Having established the Paris office in November 2013, we are delighted to have obtained this recognition of our international work and Private Wealth expertise. Our pre-eminent local team supports both high net worth and corporate French and internationally based clients, working closely with our colleagues in the Middle East, UK, Luxemburg and Geneva to offer those clients a truly integrated international offering. ”
He added: “Our clients value our strategic counsel, our responsiveness and our ability to work as a team to find creative and concrete solutions which meet their needs. We provide a highly personalised service, offering clear and operational advice based on extensive technical analysis. ”
Charles Russell Speechlys’ Paris practice offers a unique combination of legal and tax services to companies, investors and family groups, as well as management teams. The Private Wealth experts advise managers, families and individuals (including, where applicable, their family office) who own companies, helping them find an optimal tax structure for their business and personal assets both in France and overseas.
Since opening, the French practice has doubled in size and secured a 45 percent revenue increase. It is through the provision of the services to these renowned private and corporate clients that the Paris office has so swiftly become recognised as a leading legal services provider in France.
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