Mourant Ozannes schedules International Trusts & Private Client Conference 2013
Mourant Ozannes has announced that its third annual International Trusts & Private Client Conference will be held on 4 October 2013 at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, in the Cayman Islands.
Attorneys from the law firm’s International Trusts & Private Client (ITPC) team will be joined once again by other well-known experts in the field to talk to delegates on a range of topics.
Morven McMillan, who heads the Mourant Ozannes ITPC team in the Cayman Islands, will co-chair the conference with Shân Warnock-Smith QC.
Other key speakers this year include Joshua Rubenstein of Katten Muchin Rosenman in New York, Clare Maurice of Maurice Turnor Gardner in London, Graeme Kleiner of Speechly Bircham in London, Anthony Poulton of Baker & McKenzie in London and Steven L Cantor of Cantor & Webb in Miami.
They will join Mourant Ozannes’ speakers Jonathan Speck, Shaun Folpp, Ed Devenport, Lucy Diggle and Christopher Edwards.
The conference will be hosted once again in collaboration with Butterfield Trust (Cayman), while Rawlinson & Hunter will be hosting a conference speakers’ dinner on the Thursday evening.
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