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Appleby names Bermuda managing partner as incumbent returns to practice

Offshore giant Appleby has appointed Kiernan Bell as its new managing partner in Bermuda. Bell takes over from Shaun Morris as office managing partner following an uncontested election. Morris has held the role for six years and will return to full-time fee-earning in the banking and asset finance team. As well as the office head […]

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