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Pamela Doherty Group Partner
David Walters Associate

Collas Crill bolsters corporate & commercial team

Collas Crill has appointed two new lawyers to its Jersey office, further strengthening its corporate and commercial department.

Ross Rennie and David Walters have both joined the firm as associates following the recent expansion of Collas Crill's commercial, banking, regulatory and funds offering.

Ross advises financial institutions, public and private businesses, individuals and funds on all aspects of corporate, commercial and finance law. He has significant experience advising on cross-border transactions in the real estate, financial services and energy sectors.

Prior to joining Collas Crill, Ross worked as an associate in the banking and corporate team of Bedell Cristin in Jersey.

David has a wide range of experience in advising fund managers, administrators and financial institutions and has advised on the fund raises of international buy-out funds, real-estate funds and infrastructure funds from inception through to final close.

He also has experience advising investors on their investment into funds and advising sovereign wealth funds, family offices, foundations and fund of funds.

Prior to joining the firm, David worked as an associate in the London office of leading American law firmRopes & Gray.

In addition to Ross and David, the team in Jersey has also been joined by fellow associate Conor Walsh who is currently on secondment from our BVI office.  Conor advises on a broad range of corporate and banking law transactions. 

Group partner Mike Williams, who heads up the department, said: "This is a really exciting time for us as our commercial department continues to grow to meet client demand.

"We are delighted to have Ross, David and Conor join our team. They have fantastic skills and experience that compliment and strengthen the existing knowledge in our team. Our new additions will ensure that we will continue to consistently deliver the excellent service for which we are renowned."

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