Conyers named a leading offshore trusts adviser
For the seventh year in a row, Conyers has received the ranking of Band 1 for its offshore trusts practice in Bermuda in Chambers High Net Worth 2022.
Conyers is described in the current guide as “respected by sources for its ability to advise on high-value, international trust matters”.
Conyers’ Cayman trusts practice received Band 2 recognition.
Robert Lindley, partner and head of private client and trust in the Caymans and the British Virgin Islands, was individually ranked in Cayman and recognised as an “expert based abroad” for BVI.
Directors Helen Cooper, Craig MacIntyre and Ben Adamson, as well as consultant Peter Pearman, were individually ranked in the Bermuda office.
Co-heads of the Bermuda private client and trust practice, Mr MacIntyre and Ms Cooper were delighted with the recognition.
Mr MacIntyre said: “It’s tremendously gratifying to see that the dedicated service we provide to our clients has been recognised again by Chambers High Net Worth.”
Ms Cooper added: “We are especially pleased that Conyers lawyers have received such glowing recommendations from clients and peers, which speaks to their skills and expertise.”
The Chambers High Net Worth guide serves as a directory for the private wealth market and is used by family offices and professional wealth advisers. The rankings and editorial draw on independent research including interviews with lawyers, family offices, accountants, tax advisers, bankers and investment managers for a comprehensive view of the private wealth sector.