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Banking and finance partner returns to Jersey firm

Banking and finance partner returns to Jersey firm


Tristan Maultby has returned to Carey Olsen LLP, adding expertise to their esteemed banking and finance division

Carey Olsen proudly announces Tristan Maultby's appointment as a partner within their banking and finance practice. Renowned for his prowess in the banking and finance realm, Maultby brings a wealth of experience in guiding local and international financial institutions. His areas of expertise span real estate finance, Sharia-compliant finance, leveraged finance, restructuring, and security enforcement matters.

Having previously spent six years with Carey Olsen in Jersey, Tristan now re-joins the firm from another leading offshore entity, where he served as a group partner in the banking and finance practice.

Alex Ohlsson, Group Managing Partner at Carey Olsen, expressed his delight at Maultby's return, citing his esteemed standing within the firm and with clients. Ohlsson confidently believes Maultby will further bolster the team and the partnership at Carey Olsen.

Tristan Maultby himself shared his excitement, stating, "I am thrilled to be returning to Carey Olsen. It is where I began my offshore legal career, surrounded by some of the very best lawyers in the market. I am looking forward to contributing to the continued success of Carey Olsen’s top tier banking and finance practice and to working alongside a fantastic team of exceptionally talented lawyers."

Carey Olsen's Jersey branch boasts a top-tier banking and finance team, achieving Band 1 status in Chambers UK and Tier 1 in The Legal 500. The firm handles diverse aspects of banking and finance, ranging from intricate cross-border financing transactions to sizable loan portfolio sales and restructurings, including banking regulation. Annually, Carey Olsen advises on loans amounting to tens of billions of pounds for both lenders and borrowers, underscoring its prominence in the sector.