Five promoted at Conyers
Conyers has promoted five of its lawyers.
Anna Bruce-Smith, Jacqueline King, Edward Rance and Rhys Williams have been promoted to director, and Nicola Bruce to counsel.
Christian Luthi, chairman of Conyers, said: “We are delighted to announce the promotion of these five talented individuals and congratulate them on their success.
“Each of these lawyers has demonstrated expertise in their respective practice areas and shown commitment to delivering a very high level of service to our clients. Their range of skills and experience exemplifies the continued strength of Conyers’ local practice.”
Anna Bruce-Smith’s practice covers all areas of private client and trust law, with particular focus on international and local trusts and estate planning arrangements. Her expertise includes advising on the establishment of international trust structures and private trust company structures, trust restructuring matters, providing advice to trustees about their duties and obligations, and advising on trust law interpretation.
Jacqueline King’s practice includes all aspects of corporate law, with a particular focus on insurance law and regulation. She specialises in the licensing and ongoing regulation of insurance companies and regularly advises on mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and direct listings, equity and debt financing and private placements.
Edward Rance’s practice consists of a broad range of corporate and finance matters, including in and out of court insolvencies and restructurings. He has particular expertise in relation to the Bermuda banking sector. Edward also advises ultra-high net worth individuals on offshore holding structures.
Rhys Williams’s practice covers all areas of commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on domestic and cross-border insolvency and restructuring. He also has significant experience advising on directors’ duties, shareholder disputes, minority prejudice claims, contentious and non-contentious trusts, and professional negligence claims.
Nicola Bruce handles a wide range of litigious and non-litigious matters for international clients including private individuals, trustees, companies, charities and pension schemes. She advises on trust law, international regulation, charity law and commercial issues.