Piers Master named in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential 2021
We are delighted to announce that Piers Master, Partner and Head of Private Wealth, has been included in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential 2021. The rankings recognise the key players in the UK and offshore private client practitioner sector, highlighting the depth of talent and breadth of skilled and professional advice available to clients across the world. The 50 individuals listed were chosen by a panel of PAM Insight judges after an extensive selection process into the leading individuals within the legal, accountancy and trust sectors.
Piers acts for some of Charles Russell Speechlys' largest private clients from across the world. He is very well known for his work with Middle Eastern clients, where he acts for many ruling family members and billionaires, many of whose families have US links. In addition he acts for a significant number of UK based clients including entrepreneurs. Piers is a visiting professor at the University of Law and a regular speaker in the UK and internationally on matters of private client interest.
Piers Master said:
"I am delighted to have been listed in eprivateclient's 50 Most Influential 2021, alongside leading figures from across the private wealth sector. This is a reflection of the excellent work that the whole team has been doing over the last 12 months to assist our clients to navigate through the uncertainty of this unprecedented period and is a further demonstration of Charles Russell Speechlys’ market leading position in the Private Wealth industry."
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