Hawksford has appointed Charlotte Brambilla as client director.
Mrs Brambilla joins Hawksford from Mourant Ozannes where she was a senior associate in its international private client team. She has 11 years’ experience in private wealth and practised as a lawyer at Hogan Lovells in its pension department and at Carey Olsen where she was a senior associate in its fiduciary law group.
“We are pleased to welcome Charlotte to the Hawksford team. Her knowledge in trust law will be extremely valuable in advising clients on our wide range of fiduciary services.
“Charlotte specialises in employee remuneration structures and private wealth structures and has broad experience of dealing with trusts involved in litigation. She will also manage a large administration team that is focused on providing excellent service for Hawksford’s clients,” said Peter Murley, chief executive of Hawksford.
Mrs Brambilla is a member of the Middle Temple, was admitted to the English Bar in 2000 and is an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey in 2009. She is a graduate of Cambridge University and completed her Common Practice Examination at the College of Law and her Bar Vocational Course at the Inns of Court School of Law.
“Hawksford is an organisation that has established a solid reputation over many years for quality and expertise. As a company it takes dynamic steps to ensure it has a strong business for the future. I very much look forward to being part of the team and assisting in developing the business,” said Mrs Brambilla.
Hawksford is an independent wealth structuring company specialising in preserving and enhancing wealth. Clients range from small and large corporates to ultra high net worth individuals. Hawksford acquired Trustcorp Jersey Limited in early 2012 and Swiss based boutique law firm, L-S&S GmbH, in July last year. Hawksford also opened its Dubai office in March 2011 and now employs 160 people across three jurisdictions.