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Three new partners appointed at Mourant

Three new partners appointed at Mourant

Thursday 25 February 2021

Three new partners appointed at Mourant

Mourant has appointed three lawyers to its partnership.

Corporate and Finance lawyer Neil McCarroll has become a Partner this month, and Gillian Kennedy-Smith and Ian Montgomery will join in the spring.

Mr McCarroll has been promoted to Partner from Counsel in the Jersey Finance and Corporate practice. He has a particular focus on corporate and M&A work, having led on a number of company sales and acquisitions for Jersey and international clients.  

Ms Kennedy-Smith will join as a Partner in the Guernsey International Trust and Private Client advisory practice in March. She joins the firm from Mills & Reeve in London and has 14 years' experience working with HNW individuals, trust companies, family offices, accountants and IFAs, advising internationally mobile families on trusts, succession, next generation planning and tax.

Mr Montgomery returns to Mourant from Collas Crill, where he was the Managing Partner of their BVI office. He advises financial institutions, public and private businesses, funds and individuals on all aspects of BVI corporate, finance and funds law, with particular focus on the real estate and technology sectors. Mr Montgomery will lead the firm’s BVI Finance & Corporate practice.

Mourant Global Managing Partner Jonathan Rigby said: “These appointments come at an exciting time for Mourant, as we put the finishing touches to our vision and strategy for 2025. 

“They reflect our continued investment in strategically important areas of the firm. Neil, Gillian and Ian are talented lawyers and I'm delighted to be welcoming them to the partnership.”

Pictured top: Neil McCarroll, who has been promoted in the Jersey office.

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