The awards for “Law Firm of the Year – Jersey” and “Law Firm of the Year – Hong Kong and Singapore” were collected by Global Head of Private Wealth James Campbell, Global Head of Dispute Resolution Rachael Reynolds, and Asian Private Wealth specialist and Guernsey Partner Marcus Leese. Rachael was also named Offshore Litigator of the Year at the event.
This is the fourth consecutive year that Ogier has been recognised at the IFC awards, and marks another strong start to the year for Ogier, which has already been named Offshore Law Firm of the Year 2020 by Legal 500 – the fifth major industry body to do so in the past 12 months.
Ogier’s Global Managing Partner Edward Mackereth said: “We pride ourselves on working seamlessly across borders and time-zones to provide consistently excellent service to our clients, so it’s particularly pleasing to see our strengths highlighted across our Jersey and Hong Kong teams, as well as Rachael Reynolds’ world-leading talents being recognised by her peers, supported by her brilliant Cayman-based team. As we continue to move forwards as a firm it is this drive to “be extraordinary” across the board that is setting us apart.”
The Citywealth IFC awards highlight excellence in private wealth, and are judged by an international panel, with criteria stressing technical expertise, innovative solutions, client service initiatives, leadership and vision.