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Senior appointment at Appleby

Senior appointment at Appleby

Tuesday 01 April 2014

Senior appointment at Appleby


Appleby has appointed Advocate Marc Guillaume as the Jersey Head of its Private Client and Trusts Group.

Advocate Guillaume, who joined Appleby in 2009, replaces Advocate Naomi Rive who recently left Appleby to join Coutts.

Appleby's Global Head of the Private Client and Trusts sector, Carlos de Serpa Pimente, said: “I am very much looking forward to working with Marc and the team under his stewardship as we continue to develop our Private Client and Trusts business in Jersey. I wish him all the best in his new role.”

Jersey office managing partner, Mike Cushing, added “Private client and trusts services are an essential part of our business in Jersey and, with Marc’s support, we are looking to develop and grow our presence in this sector. This includes actively recruiting talent to further strengthen our team.”

Advocate Guillaume's expertise covers both contentious and non-contentious trust law and his clients include high net worth individuals, their private offices, international private banks and trust companies. He has a wealth of experience, acting for a wide range of settlors and beneficiaries as well as for professional and individual trustees. He also has considerable knowledge in the establishment, operation and restructuring of all types of offshore arrangements for private clients.

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