Craig MacIntyre elected an international fellow of ACTEC
A lawyer in the Bermuda office of international law firm Conyers has been elected as an International Fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).
Craig MacIntyre, a director in the Private Client & Trust department of the firm, becomes only the third lawyer in Bermuda to be so elected.
Conyers said ACTEC is an international organisation of lawyers who have demonstrated the highest level of professionalism in trust, estate planning and tax law. Fellows of ACTEC are elected based on outstanding reputation, exceptional skill, and substantial contributions to the field.
Mr MacIntyre said: “I am delighted to have been elected an International Fellow of ACTEC. I want to thank my proposer and seconder, as well as all of the members of the international committee for this election. In particular, I gratefully acknowledge the longstanding support and encouragement of Alec Anderson.”
Conyers said ACTEC is currently made up of around 2,500 Fellows who practice across the United States, Canada and other countries.
Mr MacIntyre joins Mr Anderson, the former global head of the Private Client & Trust department at Conyers, and Keith Robinson, a partner at law firm Carey Olsen, as International Fellows of ACTEC from Bermuda.
The firm said Mr MacIntyre joined Conyers in 1997, where his practice encompasses a broad spectrum of trust, company, and estate planning and asset protection opportunities.
Conyers said he is known to be a subject matter expert and is often sought after as a guest speaker and panellist for his straightforward, practical knowledge.
He has been recognised on many occasions for his private client and trust work by Chambers Global, Chambers HNW and the Legal 500 Caribbean, the firm said.