Charles Russell Speechlys hires Sophie Dworetzsky as Partner
Charles Russell Speechlys is strengthening its offering at the commercial end of the private wealth market with the hire of Sophie Dworestzsky into its Tax, Trusts & Succession team in London.
Sophie is well-regarded in the international private client market, where she has a strong tax-based practice acting in particular for UHNWIs, entrepreneurs, trustees and senior executives from the hedge funds, private equity and investment management industries. Her expertise extends across the full spectrum of private wealth advisory work, covering tax planning and structuring, family office establishment and the design and implementation of innovative wealth protection strategies. Sophie is a fluent French speaker.
James Carter, Managing Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys, said:
“With Sophie’s practice bridging the work of our private client and corporate teams, she strengthens our reputation as leading advisers to those whose wealth and business interests are inextricably linked. We are delighted to welcome her to the firm.”
Sophie Dworetzsky said:
“Charles Russell Speechlys has not only a leading private client practice, but also strong corporate, corporate tax and regulatory platforms across key jurisdictions, offering a really exciting opportunity to continue to build my practice and to bring together these services for clients who increasingly need and expect breadth and depth across these areas. I am very excited to be joining at a time when private capital is more than ever influencing business, and very much look forward to working with some very strong teams.”
Sophie joins Charles Russell Speechlys in the autumn from Withers, where she was a partner in their Private Client team.
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