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Appleby formally completes merger with Manx law firm

Published on Sunday, October 4, 2009 Email To Friend    Print Version

Huw St. J. Moses, OBE, Managing Partner

Leading offshore legal, fiduciary and administration service provider Appleby and the largest law firm in the Isle of Man Dickinson Cruickshank, have formally completed their merger which was announced in June 2009.

Appleby is the first global offshore law firm to have a presence on the Isle of Man and is now the largest global offshore law group by number of partners.

The global Group now has 74 partners and 200 lawyers, and a total of over 800 staff in 11 offices worldwide including Bahrain, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, the Isle of Man, Jersey, London, Mauritius, Republic of Seychelles and Zurich.

Huw St. J. Moses, OBE, Managing Partner of the Cayman Islands office commented, “The merger will position us as the leading provider of legal, fiduciary and administration services across the offshore world. This combination builds our strength and depth across multiple jurisdictions providing greater resources and greater choice to all of our clients and their advisers.” He continued, “Our global reach in the key offshore jurisdictions and main international financial centres is unparalleled and will have a significant impact on the breadth, range and choice of services we are able to offer to our international clients.”

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