21 January 2015

Osborne Clarke reactivates private client dept

The Bristol firm has recruited new partners and vows to expand the group in 2015.

Wealth is on the agenda for Osborne Clarke Tyler Olson

Osborne Clarke has moved back into the world of wealth with the launch of a dedicated private wealth practice for high net worth individuals and families across the world. The firm appointed new partners Stuart Janaway and Andrew Goodman to head the practices. The firm says further appointments will throughout 2015. The firm saw three partners in its private client department exit in recent years to join other firms. 

Private client advice

Mr Goodman joins Osborne Clarke from Taylor Wessing, where he was a Partner in its Private Client Group whilst Mr Janaway arrives from a boutique private client firm, New Quadrant Partners, where he was a partner. They will serve the firm’s UK and international clients across Osborne Clarke’s offices.The practice will provide the full range of private client advice, including international tax and estate planning, immigration, property advice and, when needed, litigation support. The team will work closely with other departments of the firm to provide seamless advice to clients on their personal, business and charitable concerns.

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