International Growth for Maples and Calder's Trusts & Private Wealth Group
Maples and Calder announces two new lawyers in its global Trusts and Private Wealth group.
Alex Way, formerly of Taylor Wessing in London, joins as an associate in the firm's London office. Alex qualified in 2006 and has substantial experience advising on international trust and private client matters. Tony Pursall, partner and Head of Trusts and Private Wealth in Europe, said, "We are delighted to welcome Alex to the London office. We are confident that his background and the level of expertise that he brings with him will enable us to continue to be the leading provider of Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands trusts and private wealth advice in England."
Charlie Sparrow, who previously worked in the London office of Maples and Calder from 2008 to 2011, joins as an associate in the Hong Kong office. Richard Grasby, Head of Trusts and Private Wealth in Asia, said, "We are delighted to welcome Charlie back to Maples and Calder. His previous experience with the firm and his recent experience in the Asian private wealth fiduciary market will be of tremendous benefit to our growing practice in Asia. Our ability to give Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands trusts and private client advice from Asia sets us apart and Charlie's addition is evidence of the increasing demand in this region."