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Lexstone Lawyers hires new consultants

Lexstone Lawyers hires new consultants

Wednesday 24 April 2019

Lexstone Lawyers hires new consultants

Lexstone Lawyers has hired two international private wealth practitioners in charities and pensions.

Charlotte Brambilla, a Jersey Advocate and English Barrister, and Thomas Morgan, a Jersey Advocate and an English Solicitor, have both joined the practice as consultants.

Both Ms Brambilla and Mr Morgan have experience in advising clients and local regulated financial services businesses on wealth structures, regulatory work, pensions and charities. The pair previously worked together in the International Trusts and Private Client team at Mourant.

Lucy Egerton-Vernon, the Managing Group Partner, commented: “We are delighted to welcome both Charlotte and Thomas to our team.Together, they significantly alter the optic of our firm in the sphere of private wealth. Not only do they bring significant legal experience to the firm but also valuable industry experience."

Ms Brambilla said: “I am delighted to start working at Lexstone Lawyers. We will be able to provide the unique offerings in charity law and pension law in Jersey. I am also looking forward to working with Thomas again."

Mr Morgan added: “This is a wonderful opportunity for all of us at Lexstone Lawyers. I am thrilled to be working in the same team as Charlotte again. From the outset, we will be providing an experienced team in two practice areas not viewed as mainstream."

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