Collas Crill & CARD moves to Cricket Square

Collas Crill & CARD is moving to new premises to accommodate for rapid expansion.

Following the merger of global offshore law firm Collas Crill with Cayman firm Charles Adams Ritchie & Duckworth (CARD) in January, the firm has been recruiting at all levels and recently appointed four senior staff members in its Cayman office - Partners Stephen Leontsinis and Joss Morris and Senior Associates Simon Hurry and Gareth Morgan.

The new office, Willow House, is set within the Cricket Square development which is just a five minute walk from central George Town. It has full on-site generators to prepare for all weather, conference facilities and offers easy access to all bypass roads as well as ample parking. The office has been purpose-built to meet client needs and to allow sufficient space for the expanding team. Collas Crill now employs 178 staff across our offices in the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Jersey, London and Singapore.

Collas Crill & CARD Partner, Alan de Saram, said: "We have experienced rapid growth since the merger in January, with strategic hires and promotions allowing us to serve an increasingly global market without compromising the high standard of service that both Collas Crill and CARD are known for.

"Relocating to a bigger, newer office to suit our needs was the next logical step, but the move represents more than just a change of scenery. It demonstrates our commitment to our clients and the jurisdictions we live and work in, and reflects the natural evolution of the firm as a whole, as we strategically build a team that can service clients and build strong relationships seamlessly across all time zones. We are looking forward to another busy year as we continue to grow into new and exciting markets."

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