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Senior promotions in Ogier's Private Wealth team

Senior promotions in Ogier's Private Wealth team

Friday 14 August 2020

Senior promotions in Ogier's Private Wealth team


Two members of Ogier's Private Wealth team in Guernsey, Alice Bricogne and Chris Hards, have been promoted to Counsel and Managing Associate respectively.

Praised in the Legal 500 2020 for her "razor-sharp legal mind", Ms Bricogne specialises in advising family offices, trust companies and high net worth individuals on the creation, administration, and restructuring of all types of trusts and foundations.

She also advises on contentious and regulatory matters and has a particular interest in charitable entities.

Meanwhile, Mr Hards is a private wealth lawyer, with real pensions and employee share scheme expertise.

Mr Hards provides advice on all aspects of trust and foundation law to individuals, fiduciaries and other service providers and also has experience in advising on wills and probate, international pensions and the application of UK taxation to offshore individuals, corporates and trust structures.

"Both Alice and Chris have proved themselves to be invaluable members of our Private Wealth team since joining in early 2017, being highly regarded among clients and colleagues across the Ogier group alike," said Partner and Head of Ogier's Private Wealth team in Guernsey, Gavin Ferguson.

"Both Chris' and Alice's drive and vast knowledge have been instrumental in their achieving and surpassing the desired results for clients, whether that be in contentious or non-contentious matters, earning them the coveted 'trusted adviser' status."

Pictured top: Alice Bricogne has been promoted within Ogier's Private Wealth team.

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