Luke Olivier, Counsel, and Chris Vincent, an Associate, both at Mourant, have been listed in an exclusive list of 100 future leaders in the wealth management industry.
The list has been assembled using submissions from Citywealth's annual Future Leaders research.
This year, individuals were asked to answer questions relating to their achievements and additional responsibilities within their organisations and local communities, as well as provide evidence of the skills needed in the next generation of leaders in the industry.
These submissions were reviewed by the judges of the Citywealth Future Leaders Awards 2019 and the Citywealth editorial team to compile the final list. As well as wide-ranging experience in corporate, commercial, professional negligence and insolvency and restructuring litigation, Mr Olivier has significant expertise in advising trust and corporate service providers, as well as families, in relation to trusts and foundations (both contentious and non-contentious), with a particular specialism in assisting trustees and beneficiaries with issues relating to foreign tax authorities.
Pictured: Chris Vincent.
Mr Vincent specialises in all aspects of commercial litigation and contentious advisory work, including multi-jurisdictional trust matters, banking, partnership, fund and company disputes. Chris' listing follows his inclusion in the Top 35 Under 35; private client advisors alongside four other lawyers from Mourant.
Bruce Lincoln, International Trusts' Private Client and Litigation Partner and Head of Mourant's Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice in Jersey said:
"We believe that fostering the next generation of leaders is key to the sustainability of our firm and our industry. The inclusion of Luke and Chris in the top 100 list is a real accolade and is testament to their hard work and dedication to their roles, client work and their professional growth. We're delighted to congratulate them on this well-deserved recognition."
Pictured top: Luke Olivier.
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