Citywealth nod for Conyers

The Leaders List, which recognises
leading high net worth advisors including trustees, lawyers and private bankers
who advise the world’s wealthy, has recognized two Conyers Dill & Pearman
lawyers.

Nigel Meeson QC and Sara Collins
have been recognised in the Citywealth Leaders List, an annual publication of
highly reputable advisors to the super rich.

Now in its fifth year of
publication, the list is compiled through recommendations of more than 2,000
elite, global peers in family offices, accountancy and law practices and FDA
regulated financial institutions and by ultra-high net worth rich list clients
and charitable organisations.

 “We are pleased to be held in such high regard
by our peers, a reflection of our continued commitment to providing clients
with the highest quality responsive, timely and thorough legal advice,”   said Mr. Meeson.

Ms Collins said it was real honour
to be recognised in this way by a group consisting of many of the leaders in
the field.

“The private client industry is an
important one with tremendous opportunities and it is important
to continue to explore ways to maintain, and enhance, Cayman’s
excellent reputation as a jurisdiction for this kind of work,”
she said.

The Private Client Team, led by Ms Collins,
specialises in advising on the restructuring of trusts, establishing private
client trusts for cross-border family and business succession planning, private
trust company structures for significantly wealthy families, and the
structuring and governance of ownership of family run operating
businesses.  The Litigation team, led by
Nigel Meeson QC, works with the Private Client Team in dealing with contentious
issues and trusts litigation.

Conyers has one of the largest and
most experienced offshore trust and trust litigation teams in Bermuda and the
Caribbean. Conyers specialises in both contentious and non-contentious work, advising
international families, entrepreneurs, banks, institutional and individual
trustees and charitable entities.

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