Appleby announces appointments of two partners and six counsel positions
Appleby has appointed Caren Pegg and Keith Robinson as partners and Andrew Jowett, Clive Langley, Camilla Neal, Steven Rees Davies, Juan Thornley and Anthony Williams as counsel.
Pegg is a member of the litigation and insolvency practice group based in the Isle of Man. She is an experienced advocate and deals with a range of civil and commercial disputes. She also specialises in employment law. Pegg joined Appleby in 2001.
Based in the Bermuda office, Robinson is a member of Appleby’s litigation and insolvency group. His practice focuses on high-value trust disputes and restructurings often with a multi-jurisdictional element.
Jowett is a member of the corporate and commercial and regulatory practice groups in the British Virgin Islands. He is involved in commercial and banking and finance practice and joined Appleby in 2011.
Specialising in banking and finance, Bermuda corporate and commercial group member Langley specialises in banking and asset finance. He has extensive experience in corporate and commercial law as well as international finance, regularly advising both lenders and borrowers on a range of matters.
Neal is a member of the corporate and commercial practice group specialising in banking and asset finance transactions, including property, fund, aircraft and ship finance matters. She joined Appleby Isle of Man as a trainee in 2004 and qualified as an Isle of Man advocate in 2006.
Having previously worked for top-tier firms in England, Davies is a member of Appleby’s corporate and commercial group in Bermuda. He practises company, corporate and commercial law, specialising in corporate finance, structuring, development and related transactional and commercial matters.
Thornley is a member of the corporate and commercial practice group based in the Isle of Man. He advises on a range of corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, private equity and joint ventures. He joined Appleby in 2003.
An advocate in Appleby’s litigation and insolvency department based in Guernsey, Williams’ practice covers all areas of corporate litigation and dispute resolution. He has a particular expertise in high-value and complex commercial litigation, with a particular focus on investment fund disputes, multi-jurisdictional claims, contentious corporate insolvency matters and trust litigation.
Appleby’s new appointments are effective from 1 April 2014.
This content was originally sourced from the Appleby website.
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