Chambers and Partners - Professional Advisor Series - HNW 2022

Further in their specialist series Chambers and Partners have launched this year’s guide for professional advisers to wealthy individuals and organisations, providing objective guidance on an international scale.

The in-depth analysis covers trends within the private client market and has ranked the leading lawyers and law firms for international private wealth.

Shoosmiths work with high profile individuals, entrepreneurs and landowners has been recognised in rankings and includes private wealth disputes and our complex financial crime litigation defending international business owners and other wealthy individuals.

Our specialist litigation team in Manchester have secured a new ranking in recognition of their specialism across all types of trust and succession disputes, advising high net worth and high-profile individuals as well as trustees and charities. Adam Draper, Laura Abbott, Andrew Bishop, Stuart Nevin and Mandeep Chima have achieved rankings in tables that rank individuals that represent beneficiaries, fiduciaries and financial institutions in high-value and complex probate and trusts disputes, including offshore and multi-jurisdictional cases.

John Hartley has been newly recognised for his work defending clients accused of money laundering, fraud, bribery and corruption, where Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) work, sanctions matters, and extradition are also covered.

Stephen Patch celebrates a new Band 1 ranking and joins Sarah Cairns, Charlotte Dunn and Melissa Maple as leading professional advisers to the Private Wealth market.

These extensive and market-leading recommendations, rankings and insights are based on the in-depth analysis of the market as it stood in 2021, carried out by Chambers dedicated team of experienced researchers.

The guide rankings also recommend top accountancy firms, private banks, wealth managers, trust companies and other professional advisers to wealthy individuals globally.


This information is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. It is recommended that specific professional advice is sought before acting on any of the information given. Please contact us for specific advice on your circumstances. © Shoosmiths LLP 2024.



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