Ogier's private wealth team in Cayman has been promoted in the new Chambers HNW Guide, with Rachael Reynolds, Anthony Partridge and Fraser Allister listed as notable practitioners in the directory.
Described by clients as "really in the upper echelons of firms operating in the Cayman Islands", the directory highlights the team's pedigree across both contentious and non-contentious trust matters.
The team regularly advises on the largest and most complex matters in the Cayman Islands across the full private wealth spectrum, including the establishment and administration of sophisticated trust arrangements, wills and probate, and litigation.
Rachael Reynolds is head of Ogier's global dispute resolution team and has been promoted in the directory, with feedback describing her as "a very well respected litigator" with the strength in depth to "deal with cases which are very technically demanding". Rachael is a leading individual in the Legal 500 Caribbean 2019.
Partner Anthony Partridge, also a leading individual in Legal 500 Caribbean 2019, has been praised for his capabilities in estate administration and probate, and his capability in cross-border issues and international administration "really makes him stand out". He is described as a "very strong lawyer with a commercial brain and sensible approach to matters."
Managing Associate Fraser Allister has been identified as an associate to watch with "noted expertise in advising on intergenerational transfer of wealth and succession planning". One client said "there has never been a problem that he hasn't taken care of".
Practice Partner James Bergstrom said: "I am very pleased to see the continued recognition of Ogier's private wealth team in Cayman with these excellent results in Chambers HNW Guide.
"Ogier's private wealth team continues to go from strength to strength as we demonstrate our capabilities to advise on large, complex and cross-border matters."