22 lawyers ranked in the inaugural Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2016
We are thrilled to announce that 22 Charles Russell Speechlys lawyers have been recognised in the inaugural Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) Guide 2016, launched today.
Our experts are recognised in numerous categories including Private Wealth Law, Private Wealth Disputes, Immigration, Family/Matrimonial and Real Estate: High Value Residential.
The HNW guide is the first publication to be compiled by Chambers and Partners which is specifically aimed at the international private wealth market. The guide covers private wealth management advisory and related specialisms in key jurisdictions around the world, featuring many of the top accountancy and tax firms, private banks, wealth management firms and multi-family offices acting for high net worth individuals.
The listings are the result of independent research conducted by private wealth researchers who interviewed hundreds of lawyers, family offices, accountancy professionals, tax advisers, bankers, investment managers and high-end real estate agents to get a comprehensive understanding of the private wealth sector in each of the jurisdictions covered.
Ian Cooke, Partner and Head of Private Wealth at Charles Russell Speechlys, commented:
“The Chambers HNW guide will no doubt become an invaluable tool for HNW individuals when selecting their advisors. We are delighted with the number of Charles Russell Speechlys lawyers named as this recognises the quality of the firm’s work across a broad range of services”
View the full guide: Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2016
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