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Collas Crill opens office in London

Channel Islands firm also based in Singapore

12 November 2013

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Two senior lawyers from Collas Crill are relocating as the offshore law firm opens its fourth office.

Consultant Edward Stone, who specialises in trusts and foundations, and Susan O'Leary, a senior associate in the corporate team, will move to the new base in Bishopsgate, London in December.

Jason Romer, managing partner, said: "We are placing specialist lawyers closer to our key clients and intermediaries in London as we continue to expand our international business. This allows us to respond even more rapidly to client needs, particularly where face-to-face discussions are required, and to work more closely with London firms doing business in Asia through our office in Singapore.

"As private clients become more international and sophisticated and their affairs ever more complex, London, with its depth of leading expert intermediaries, remains the most significant hub for wealth planning advice worldwide.

"A significant number of clients and intermediaries involved in the firm's business areas are based in, or travel through, London and the move will bring us closer to our clients and their needs."

Collas Crill already has offices in Jersey and Guernsey. In 2011, it was the first Channel Islands law firm to launch in Singapore.

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