Trowers achieves top tier ranking in Chambers High Net Worth 2021


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has consolidated its rankings in the latest edition of Chambers High Net Worth, a guide to the leading lawyers and law firms for international private wealth.

The international team in the UAE achieved a band 1 ranking in the region for the first time with commentators highlighting how Trowers is "a solid firm in the UAE for private wealth matters" and "able to provide straightforward advice which can be easily understood, and are very personable when discussing matters with clients and prospective clients". There was also individual recognition for partner Alastair Glover, who is listed in band 1 as a leading individual and was noted as being "probably the go-to person in the UAE for a technical issue on the ground". Jordan Ellis is also acknowledged as being the only associate to watch in the region with one commentator adding that "he is very clever, very talented and he is really technically strong".

The Private Wealth team in Exeter further established themselves as one of the leading firms in the South West by consolidating their status in band 2 with partner Frank Cook also being ranked as a leading individual. 

Alastair Glover commented on the rankings:

"I'm thrilled that our private wealth team in the UAE has been recognised as one of the leading practices in the region. The ranking is a testament to the dedication and commitment from our team in ensuring that we are providing our clients with market leading advice. Congratulations must also go to Jordan who has rightfully been recognised as one of the future leaders in the sector."

Frank Cook added:

"We are delighted to have been commended for our services and to have further consolidated our status as one of the leading firms in the Exeter region for private wealth matters."

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