Offshore law firm Mourant Ozannes has recruited the deputy chairman of the Jersey Funds Association as a new partner to its Jersey funds practice.
Tim Morgan qualified as an English Solicitor with Taylor Wessing and, following a period at PwC Legal in London, spent three years in-house at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein.
The international practice group Head of Funds at Mourant Ozannes, Ben Robins, who is also Chairman of the Jersey Funds Association, said: "At the heart of our success as the leading funds practice in Jersey is the strength of our team and the people we recruit.
“Tim brings with him a wealth of experience and his expertise in the field is very widely acknowledged. We welcome him to the firm and look forward to the opportunities that his in-depth knowledge and innovative approach will bring to the practice."
The legal industry directories frequently identify Mr Morgan is recognised in legal industry directories as “one of the preeminent Jersey funds practitioners” and also in the Who's Who Legal global directory of private funds lawyers.
Mr Morgan said: "The strength in depth of the Mourant Ozannes funds team is second-to-none in the Jersey market. I'm delighted to be joining forces with them and look forward to contributing to the continued growth and success of this exceptional team."
Mourant Ozannes has an international reputation as one of the leading offshore funds practices and acts for some of the world's leading asset managers, investors and service providers to investment funds. In 2014 alone, the firm was awarded Best Offshore Law firm at both the Hedge Week USA and the Hedge Week Global Awards as well as Best Offshore Law Firm for Client Service from the HFMWeek European Hedge Fund services Awards.
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