Appleby appoints Kate Storey to corporate and commercial department as counsel
Appleby Guernsey has announced the appointment of senior funds and finance lawyer Kate Storey, who has joined the firm’s corporate and commercial department as counsel.
Advocate Storey is an established corporate and commercial lawyer with more than 13 years’ experience, of which the last seven have been in Guernsey. She qualified as an English solicitor in 2000 and as a Guernsey advocate in 2009.
Storey advises on all areas of Guernsey corporate and commercial work, including funds, capital markets, financing and mergers and acquisitions. She also has expertise in intellectual property and is a Guernsey-registered image rights agent and patent agent.
Storey joined Appleby from local law firm Collas Crill and previously worked at Mourant Ozannes.
This content was originally sourced from the Appleby website.
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