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Brachers Private Client team scoops Chambers High Net Worth 2020 rankings
Brachers has again ranked highly in the recent Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2020
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Chambers High Net Worth Guide ranks the top lawyers and law firms for international private wealth. The highly regarded guide also recommends leading accountancy firms, private banks, wealth managers, trust companies and other professional advisers to clients around the world.
As a firm Brachers retained its ranking being described as having “tax and trust knowledge (that) is second to none… they pride themselves on excellent client care and knowing their stuff”.
Partner and Head of Private Client Christopher Eriksson-Lee was ranked in Band 1 in the individual rankings by the legal directory. As part of the process, Chambers interviews clients and business associates of the lawyers, and Christopher was described as: “calm and knowledgeable… well recognised (at) dealing with business owners and landed estates”. Another said: “he understands the family and is attentive to all family members of varying generations”.
Private Client Partner Alexandra Gordon was ranked in Band 3 in the individual rankings. Alexandra was described as “pragmatic, quick to respond and always puts people at ease”. Another referee said: “She has impressed me with her energy and professionalism. She has a great deal of practical knowledge on tax and trusts and is one of the most qualified solicitors I know in this area. She is able to explain complex matters in a way that is understandable and not daunting”.
Brachers Managing Partner, Joanna Worby, said all the rankings were testament to the firm’s commitment to its clients.
“It’s great to see the Private Client team and its members again standing out in the rankings. Christopher and Alexandra both work hard to ensure that clients are at the heart of everything they do – congratulations to both,” Joanna said.
As well as entering the prestigious rankings, Alexandra is due to become President of the Kent Law Society soon and has just completed the Notarial Practice Course at University College London. This means she can now apply to the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury for appointment as a Notary and admission to the Roll of Notaries. On admission this will make Alex tri-qualified as a solicitor, chartered tax adviser and notary.
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