Consultant Tim MacAvoy achieved the personal distinction of ‘senior statesperson’, recognised for his long-standing reputation in trust law. MacAvoy was identified as a trusted adviser by the directory, and described as “adept at the establishment and administration of foreign trusts for foreign residents”.
Brandts-Giesen received a Band 2 ranking, with Chambers quoting market sources describing him as a "strong, up-and-coming" lawyer who is "dynamic and intelligent". His ability in offshore matters was also singled out as a strength.
The legal directory, consulted by clients around the world, noted that Kensington Swan’s Private Wealth team works closely with clients to preserve wealth using a variety of asset planning structures. The team was also praised for their involvement in international tax reporting, and their education of the market.
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