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Voisin Law appoints two new Partners

Voisin Law appoints two new Partners | 06/03/18

Voisin Law is delighted to be starting the New Year with two new Partners.

Kate Anderson and Clare Nicolle have both been promoted, bringing the total number of Partners at the island’s oldest law firm to six.

Kate, who is an experienced corporate and commercial Lawyer, joined Voisin Law in 1998, she acts for both local and international clients and was sworn in as an Advocate to the Royal Court of Jersey last November.

Another area in which she specialises is Funds law, advising a number of international clients on all matters relating to collective investment schemes.

Kate also leads a banking team advising on large corporate borrowing transactions relating to commercial real estate groups.

Clare qualified as an Advocate in 2008 and is a qualified Chartered Secretary and a member of the Jersey Family Law Association.

Her practice focuses on estate planning for local and non-resident clients and she advises clients on contentious probate matters. She also advises on mental capacity issues and acts as curator for those who no longer have capacity to manage their own financial affairs as well as acting as a guardian for minors who have inherited assets.

She has been named in the Citywealth Leaders list 2017, the online directory of leading professionals in the private wealth management and private client industry.

Discussing the promotions, Voisin Law Managing Partner Ian Strang said: “We’re really delighted to welcome both Kate and Clare as Partners. They both bring a wealth of exceptional qualities, experience and skills to help lead our fantastic team of professionals to further success. These promotions demonstrate our commitment to nurturing our in-house talent and we’re really proud to now have six Partners on the Voisin team.”

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