1 February 2021
Head of the International Private Wealth group Nick Warr has been recognised in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential for 2021.
The eprivateclient 50 Most Influential recognises and celebrates the most prominent and important movers and shakers within the private client advisory professions. These are those that shape the profession and are at the forefront of innovation and new ideas designed to bring the best service to clients.
Nominations are invited for the most prominent achievers in the private client advisory professions, such as lawyers, accountants, trustees, or any other professional intermediary working in the UK or UK Crown Dependencies market (Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man).
Nick specialises in advising international high net worth individuals and families with regards to their fiscal and succession planning requirements. He has expertise in advising individuals from the finance industry on all aspects of their personal and corporate structuring and acts for a significant number of investment bankers, hedge fund managers and private equity principals from leading organisations and funds.
Partner and Head of the firm's International Private Wealth sector group Nick Warr added: "Working with and for exceptionally driven, commercial and professional individuals is something that I enjoy about my job and this award recognises that. This accolade is a true reflection of the pure strength and depth of the team I work with each day. Our Private Wealth team has a market-leading position underlined by our recent hire of a team from BCLP. Our ambition is to be the preferred choice for globally mobile, ultra-high net worth individuals and families when they need a connected legal adviser to work with them to grow, protect and transfer their wealth. It is gratifying that our position is being recognised in this way."
Taylor Wessing's International Private Wealth team offers a holistic suite of legal services that cover the personal and corporate needs of the global UHNW community across the entire spectrum of their wealth from growth stage through to transition to the next generation. Visit our private wealth section for more information.
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