Carey Olsen starts corporate service business
Law firm Carey Olsen Bermuda has launched a new corporate service provider business.
Carey Olsen Services Bermuda Ltd specialises in the complete range of corporate administration and compliance services, including the formation and incorporation of all Bermuda corporate entity types, the full suite of corporate secretarial services and provision of director services and registered office and meeting facilities, the firm said today.
The new offering is led by managing director Michael Frith, an experienced Bermuda attorney who is also senior counsel in the corporate team of Carey Olsen, and chief governance and operations officer Susie Tindall.
They are supported by a team of corporate services specialists located in Bermuda as well as the global Carey Olsen group.
Mr Frith said: “As advisers our aim is to be seen as an effective and trusted business partner by our clients, providing them with a highly personalised approach to corporate administration and compliance services based on their particular needs.”
He added that the firm had a strong corporate services team in place.
Mr Frith said: “We are already seeing a great deal of interest from the firm’s existing legal clients and from new entities looking to incorporate in Bermuda.”
The new business was fully integrated with the law firm business, he added, and would collaborate with the 250 lawyers in the wider Carey Olsen global network.
Michael Hanson, managing partner of law firm Carey Olsen Bermuda, added: “The addition of a dedicated corporate services offering further demonstrates our commitment to Bermuda and underlines the great success we have enjoyed as a firm since our launch at the end of 2017.
“For our clients it also means we can now provide them with a full range of legal and corporate services. Similar to the law firm, the corporate services team will be focusing on the high end of the market and benchmarking its performance and service delivery to the larger onshore centres such as London and New York. We are very excited to be able to add further value to our clients with the same quality and responsiveness they are used to from the law firm.”
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