Offshore firm Harneys has hired a three-strong funds team from rival Appleby in the Cayman Islands, including former funds head Ian Gobin.
Osborne Clarke scooped the top prize at The Lawyer Awards last night after it secured the Law Firm of the Year award.
British Virgin Island (BVI)-headquartered Forbes Hare is launching a Singapore office after gaining a licence to practise as a foreign law practice in the city-state.
The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) has replaced its former president Jeffrey Webb with an associate from Maples and Calder.
Former Olswang CEO David Stewart has joined Turks & Caicos firm Griffiths & Partners, The Lawyer can reveal.
Slaughter and May continues to lead corporate client rankings, notching up more stock market clients than magic circle rivals Linklaters and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
The big five remain and Jersey still dominates, but the arrival of Viberts makes waves in BVI.
Offshore firms are thriving despite sustained media and political attacks on their domiciles’ reputation. Meanwhile, Asia’s significance is rising.
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Despite the best efforts of the legal and wider business community, the term ‘offshore’ generally still has pretty negative connotations among the general public.
A public directory of beneficial ownership would be an attack on the freedom of privacy to achieve nothing