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Fozeia Rana-Fahy, a director at law firm MJM Limited

More than 70 speakers have been lined up for Transcontinental Trusts: Bermuda 2023, the annual conference of the trusts industry.

The three-day conference, July 5-7, will be held at the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club.

Each year, it attracts more than 200 senior participants from across the industry, including solicitors, barristers and trustees.

Participants will hear from expert speakers across 21 sessions during the conference.

Conference chairs include Bermudian-based Fozeia Rana-Fahy, a director at law firm MJM Limited, and Natasha Hernandez, the head of trust services at Conyers Trust Company (Bermuda) Limited.

Joining them as co-chairs are partners at two powerhouse international law firms – Jonathan Conder of London-headquartered Stephenson Harwood, and Basil Zirinis of New York-headquartered Sullivan and Cromwell.

The conference is presented by Informa Connect, the live events, digital content specialist with offices in nine countries worldwide.

Natasha Hernandez, the head of trust services at Conyers Trust Company (Bermuda) Limited
Jonathan Conder, partner at Stephenson Harwood
Basil Zirinis, partner at Sullivan and Cromwell

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Published May 25, 2023 at 7:00 pm (Updated May 28, 2023 at 9:14 pm)

Top speakers for July trust conference

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