19 January 2022
Head of the International Private Wealth group Nick Warr has been listed in eprivateclient's 50 Most Influential, the definitive rankings of the key players in the UK and global offshore private client practitioner sector.
The fifty individuals included in the list have been selected by PAM Insight's judges who consider the achievements, promotions and progress potential candidates have made in the past 12 months. Alongside this judging process, an open call for nominations was made to eprivateclient readers and names put forward were also considered.
The fifty individuals selected highlight the depth of talent and breadth of skilled and professional advice available to clients across the world from UK and global offshore private client professionals.
Nick specialises in advising ultra high net worth individuals, with experience in advising individuals from the financial industry on all aspects of their personal and corporate structuring, and families with interests mainly on fiscal and succession planning. His practice is truly international in nature, representing individuals, families and family offices in the Middle East, the USA and Europe as well as the UK. Under Nick’s leadership, the Private Wealth group has grown substantially through the hiring of an 11 strong team from BCLP.
Partner and Head of the firm's International Private Wealth sector group Nick Warr commented: "I truly enjoy the challenging but rewarding work I undertake each day for my successful clients and this award is a reflection of that. This accolade wouldn't have been possible without the significant talent and expertise in the team I am surrounded by. As we further strengthen our market-leading position following the strong hires over the last couple of years, we continue to strive to be the preferred choice for globally mobile, ultra high net worth individuals and families when they need a connected legal adviser to grow, protect and transfer their wealth. We are delighted to have our work and position in the market acknowledged in this way."