A record eight new partners have been made up at offshore law firm Harney Westwood & Riegels. They are Tanya Cassie, Jacqueline Daley-Aspinall, Rachel Graham,
Managing partner Richard Peters said the move comes at a time when Harneys is seeking to transform its practice from one focused solely on the
Ms Daley-Aspinall and Ms Graham are in the corporate and commercial practice. The former has extensive experience in corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions and with matters involving partnerships and special purpose vehicles and is located in the
Tanya Cassie, Leon Mao and Russell Willings are the new banking and finance partners. Ms Cassie specialises in aircraft and ship finance and also advises on general corporate finance and banking matters. Previously located in
Head of Harneys' trust practice Zac Lucas specialises in advising on trust products. He is located in the BVI office.
Andrew Thorp is a member of the firm's litigation practice as well as its distressed funds group. He has a wide range of experience in insolvency, contentious trust issues and shareholder disputes, as well as particular expertise in asset tracing and preservation.
Marco Martins is a member of the funds team and also head of Harneys'
The partner promotions come on the heels of the November appointments of Jonathan Culshaw and Paul Lau as lateral-hire partners in Cayman and
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