The global strength of Carey Olsen's investment funds practice has been demonstrated after nine of the firm's partners were recognised in the 2022 edition of Who's Who Legal: Private Funds.
Among those recognised was Ben Morgan, partner and head of the funds group in Guernsey. He remains the only Guernsey-based lawyer to be recognised as one of six Global Elite Thought Leaders for the offshore region.
Global Elite Thought Leaders are chosen based on the number of nominations they received from peers, corporate counsel and other market sources during Who's Who Legal's research. Within the commentary for this year's guide, Mr Morgan was described as being "highly sought after for his significant experience of handling investment, property and debt fund formation".
Mr Morgan was delighted. "It is an honour to be recognised as a Global Elite Thought Leader for the offshore region," he said. "It is also pleasing that so many of my colleagues have featured within the guide. It underlines the strength of our funds practice not only in Guernsey but also further afield."
Other Guernsey-based Carey Olsen partners to be recognised as experts in private funds are: Christopher Anderson, Andrew Boyce, Tom Carey and David Crosland.
They also received positive commentary within this year's guide. Christopher Anderson's expertise was noted in insurance, reinsurance and investment funds matters and the large-scale private equity companies and promoters he advises. Tom Carey was "renowned for the top-tier advice he provides to domestic and international clients on closed-ended and open-ended fund formation". David Crosland "comes highly recommended by peers for his incisive handling of complex fund formation and structuring matters".
Since 1996, Who's Who Legal has identified the foremost legal practitioners in business law based upon comprehensive and independent surveys of general counsel and private practice lawyers worldwide.
Pictured (top): Carey Olsen's Ben Morgan has been recognised as a Global Elite Thought Leader for the offshore region.
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