Daniel Birtwistle is managing partner, Jersey, at Mourant Ozannes. He joined the firm in 1995 and specialises in funds.
Birtwistle focuses on private equity funds and public and private property funds. He became a partner of Mourant du Feu & Jeune in 2004. Birtwistle was the head of the firm’s London office during secondment from 2006–2007. He sits on the firm’s management committee.
Clients include: Actera Partners; AXA Private Equity; BlackRock; Cordea Savills LLP; Coriolis Capital Limited; Invision; Lloyds TSB; the Goodman Group; Land Securities; Segulah; Threadneedle Asset Management Limited; and Triton.
After being called to the English bar (currently non-practising), Birtwistle was admitted as a Jersey solicitor in 1998 and as a Jersey advocate in 1999.
He is a member of the Jersey Law Society.
Birtwistle gave the Jersey legal advice for the first Expert Fund launched in Jersey in 2004 and has advised on numerous fund launches, restructurings and migrations.
‘Birtwistle has “sound industry knowledge”,’ according to Legal 500, 2011.
He is listed in the Legal 500 UK Who’s Who in the Law directory.
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This material was sourced from the Mourant Ozannes website.
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