CHW recruits Clarke for corporate team

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  • New hire: Carol Clarke, cousel in CHW's corporate department

    New hire: Carol Clarke, cousel in CHW's corporate department


Cox Hallett Wilkinson has hired Carol Clarke as counsel in its corporate department.

Ms Clarke, who previously worked in the corporate department at Conyers Dill and Pearman, has more than 20 years in practice.

“Carol comes with an excellent reputation,” Ernest Morrison, managing director at CHW, said.

“She is all about the work and team building and we are delighted that we have secured her services. As a firm, we continue to focus on exceeding the expectations of our ever-expanding and sophisticated client base and Carol will be a key member of our growing team.”

Ms Clarke’s practice covers general corporate and commercial matters with a particular focus on public companies, mergers and acquisitions and financings; advising on structured and secured lending, project finance and debt and equity financings, including private placements, listed debt offerings and IPOs. She also advises on reorganisations and restructurings of both public and private companies.

Since moving to Bermuda in 2006, Ms Clarke has accumulated more than 12 years’ experience practising corporate law on the island. Before her move to Bermuda, she was practising as a senior associate at DLA Piper LLP in the UK.

Carol has been admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales, currently non-practising, and was called to the Bermuda Bar in 2007.

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Published May 17, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated May 16, 2018 at 11:50 pm)

CHW recruits Clarke for corporate team

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