Carey Olsen names six new Partners

Posted: 22/06/2016

Annette AlexanderOffshore law firm Carey Olsen has added six Partners to its team – Annette Alexander (pictured) from the Guernsey corporate practice; Kate Andrews and James Willmott (pictured) from the Jersey corporate practice; Keith Dixon and Alexa Saunders from the Jersey trusts and private wealth practice; and Jeremy Garrood from the Jersey litigation practice. 

Annette advises clients on a broad range of corporate matters, including investment funds, finance and general corporate, with a focus on listed funds and private equity. Prior to joining Carey Olsen's Guernsey office in 2001, she worked for Clayton Utz in Australia.

Kate joined Carey Olsen in 2013 and became a Jersey Advocate in February 2016. She has over 20 years' experience in acquisition finance, having worked in London with Clifford Chance, White & Case and Norton Rose.

James WilmottJames's practice covers a wide range of corporate activities, with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and private equity transactions. He also has experience advising on joint ventures, reorganisations, start-ups and technical and regulatory matters. Before joining Carey Olsen in 2010 he worked at Jones Day in Singapore and Pinsent Masons in Birmingham. 

Keith joined Carey Olsen in 2008, having worked as a litigator, then a private client lawyer. He specialises in commercial and private trust, fiduciary and notarial practice and advises global and institutional trustees, family offices and high-net-worth private clients. 

Alexa was a Senior Associate in the trusts group of Ogier and qualified as a Jersey Advocate in 2009 before joining Carey Olsen in 2011. She has a broad trust practice and is regularly involved in non- and semi-contentious trust proceedings, including applications by trustees for directions from the Royal Court or for the rectification of trust instruments and ancillary documents.  

Jeremy is an experienced offshore practitioner and Jersey Advocate, who has been with the firm since 2012. He has worked at the Bar in London, Bermuda, the Caribbean and the Channel Islands, and as a trusts lawyer his practice ranges from uncontroversial restructuring to contentious breach of trust claims across private wealth and commercial trust contexts.

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