Charleson appointed partner at Ocorian
Louise Charleson has been appointed a partner in the Bermuda legal services team at Ocorian, the global provider of corporate and fiduciary services, fund administration and capital markets.
Ms Charleson has extensive legal experience in Bermuda, the company said, having most recently been head of legal at Bermuda Commercial Bank Ltd. She previously held senior roles in private practice on-island.
In her new role, the company said Ms Charleson will cover a number of practice areas for Bermuda registered or incorporated entities and partnerships, including corporate and commercial, regulatory, insurance and investment funds.
Alison Dyer, managing director of Ocorian in Bermuda, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Louise to the Ocorian team. She brings a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of numerous areas of Bermuda law and will help develop our legal services practice in the island at a time of major growth for the organisation as a whole.”
Ms Charleson said: “The Ocorian team is well regarded in Bermuda and Cayman for its provision of tailored solutions, supporting clients in their strategic and operational priorities. I am really excited to be joining such a professional and excellent team at such a pivotal moment.”
The company said she joins Ocorian at an exciting time for the business, the recent merger of Ocorian and Estera having created one of the largest corporate, funds and trust players in the world, managing more than 17,000 structures on behalf of more than 8,000 clients.
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