Harneys announces additional firm promotions for 2022
Harneys is pleased to announce the promotion of 38 of its people globally. The promotions include three directors, four senior associates, and four senior legal managers. These promotions are in addition to the seven new partners and three new counsel following the firm’s annual senior legal promotions in January 2022.
Harneys Fiduciary has promoted Amy Roost, based in London, to managing director of Client Services and Katie Claxton, based in the BVI, to associate director of Fiduciary Support Services. In the firm's Human Resources department, Chandra Benjamin, based in the Cayman Islands, has been promoted to director of Learning & Development and HR Systems.
The law firm’s four new senior associates are Natalie Bundy from BVI Investment Funds and Regulatory; Niall Dodd from Cayman Islands Litigation, Insolvency and Restructuring; Marc Piano from Cayman Islands Investment Funds, Corporate, and Banking & Finance; and Lawrence Sham from Shanghai Investment Funds.
The law firm’s four new senior legal managers are: Denise Chan and Nicholas Fong from Corporate; Carmen Li from Litigation, Insolvency and Restructuring; Jacquelyn Wong from Investment Funds, all based in Hong Kong.
Global Managing Partner Ross Munro said: “I would like to congratulate each and every person on their well-deserved promotion. I am delighted that we continue to create opportunities and career pathways for our colleagues. Our people are at the heart of Harneys and each promotion is a reflection of the growth and achievement of both the individual and the firm.”
Harneys is a global offshore law firm. The firm provides the world's top law firms, financial institutions and corporations with legal services relating to British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Bermuda and Anguilla law. Harneys Fiduciary is an independent provider of specialised corporate, trust and fiduciary services operating from key offshore and onshore locations around the world.
*The appointments of Chandra Benjamin, Niall Dodd, and Marc Piano are pending approval by Cayman Islands Immigration authorities.