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Leading Jersey firm Ogier & Le Masurier has become the first Channel Islands’ practice to set up a branch in neighbouring Guernsey. The firm has set up an associated firm in St Peter Port, which will be headed by local advocate Roger Le Tissier. Le Tissier joins from Guernsey International Fund Managers, a subsidiary of […]

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