Charles Russell Speechlys appoints real estate partner
Charles Russell Speechlys is pleased to announce the appointment of Ingrid Saffin as a real estate partner, effective 3 July 2017.
Ingrid’s experience spans a broad spectrum of commercial property matters with particular expertise in retail, industrial pipelines and health care. Ingrid was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in 1997 and has held senior positions in leading law firms in Surrey and London.
James Carter, Managing Partner at Charles Russell Speechlys, says “Ingrid’s extensive and in-depth expertise in commercial property, green energy, funding and portfolio management complements our existing strengths in the real estate sector.”
Mark Smith, Head of Real Estate Partner at Charles Russell Speechlys comments: “Ingrid has an exceptional understanding of the commercial property world and all it entails for both investors and corporate occupiers. She has an excellent reputation and is widely recognised for advising major players in the UK market."
Ingrid Saffin comments: “The expertise that I have developed over many years dovetails well with Charles Russell Speechlys’ client base, and I am looking forward to working in a firm with such a strong ethos.”
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