Conyers maintains Band 1 rank in Chambers Guide
The private client and trust practice of the Bermuda office of international law firm, Conyers, has maintained its Band 1 ranking in the Chambers and Partners’ High Net Worth Guide for 2021.
The firm said the Chambers 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.
Chambers High Net Worth Awards recognise a law firm’s pre-eminence in key jurisdictions in the region. They also reflect achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service. They honour the work of national and international law firms based on research for the most recent edition of Chambers High Net Worth.
Simultaneously, Conyers’ Cayman Islands Private Client & Trust practice has been recognised with Band 2 rankings.
In Bermuda, Conyers directors Ben Adamson, Helen Cooper, Craig MacIntyre and Peter Pearman are ranked Band 2.
Conyers said Mr Pearman has a broad range of experience in trusts and private wealth law. He is an expert on private and commercial trusts, and provides bespoke estate planning advice to high net worth clients.
Ms Cooper has longstanding experience advising private and institutional clients on all aspects of non-contentious trust and private client work, including trust restructuring and estate planning.
Mr MacIntyre has extensive expertise in trust and wealth structuring issues in Bermuda.
Mr Adamson is a director in the firm's litigation team and is a commercial and trust litigation expert who handles significant trust disputes.