Three partners recognised as Top 10 Tax Lawyers
We are honoured that our partners: Christopher Page, Bart Peerless and Piers Master have been listed amongst Top 10 Recommended Tax Lawyers by the agenda-setting Spear’s magazine. The annual listings have always featured the firm’s top talent and we are delighted to have our tax expertise acknowledged by this prestigious industry accolade.
Spear’s is the multi-award-winning wealth management and luxury lifestyle media brand whose flagship magazine has become a must-read for the ultra-high-net-worth community.
Here’s a snapshot of how Spear’s awards overview described our distinguished lawyers:
A previous winner of the Spear’s Tax Lawyer of the Year, Bart Peerless is a formidable ‘consigliere’ owing to his extensive track-record as a trusted advisor to a broad range of private clients that rely on his broad expertise and commercial acumen.
Spear’s commends Piers Master’s efforts in landing large clients in UK despite Brexit as well as managing property structuring and inheritance issues for clients with assets and interests all over the world. Pier’s outstanding technical knowledge is amplified by his ability to see the bigger picture.
Christopher Page offers his enviable roster of landed estate clients a strategic and technical legal advice across different business activities and different generations – both on transactions and long-term management of their assets.
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