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Trust lawyer joins fiduciary firm

Trust lawyer joins fiduciary firm

Friday 16 October 2020

Trust lawyer joins fiduciary firm

Friday 16 October 2020

Trust Corporation International has appointed a new member to its board of directors.

Paul Buckle brings over 15 years of experience as a trusts lawyer to the fiduciary services company, specialising in complex trust and pension litigation. He most recently served as General Counsel at Guernsey Electricity.

He will not be practising or advising clients in his new role, but his arrival is part of Trust Corporation’s efforts to "solidify its position as the offshore market-leader in the field of contentious fiduciary work."

“Trust Corporation has earned a reputation for its willingness and ability to confront challenging trust situations, and to litigate where necessary and appropriate,” said the firm. “Mr Buckle’s appointment to the board materially enhances the firm’s ability to service the undoubted demand for competent professional fiduciaries.”

Michael Heyworth, Director of Trust Corporation, is "delighted" to have Mr Buckle join the team.

“Paul’s background, skills and experience are hugely complementary to the work that we do here, and will greatly enhance our offering, particularly on complex and contentious trust matters.”

Mr Buckle will continue to contribute to industry publications in his new role. “Trust Corporation is well known for the quality of its work and client-base," he said. "It’s a pleasure to become part of such a talented, well-regarded and ambitious team.”

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