UK Law Firm Pemberton Greenish appoints new private client partner
Pemberton Greenish has recently expanded its private client team with the appointment of a new partner, Jeremy Curtis.
Jeremy was previously a partner at London firm Wedlake Bell, providing legal advice to private clients on a broad range of tax and succession law issues. Prior to this he was a partner for five years at a niche private client practice, Beattie & Co. His experience covers advice in the fields of tax and estate planning for both UK and international clients, trusts acting for both trustees and beneficiaries, and domestic and international probate.
Damian Greenish, Senior Partner at Pemberton Greenish, said: “The appointment of Jeremy to Pemberton Greenish will further enhance our ability to respond to clients and their strategic planning requirements. Jeremy is already well known to a number of individuals and businesses, and he is an exciting addition to our private client team.”
PG’s private client department now has four partners and four assistants, and is headed up by John Goodchild.
The private client department advise and support individual UK and international clients in relation to their business, property and investment strategies as well as providing expert advice and guidance in UK and offshore tax planning, trusts, wills, charities and the operation of investment vehicles,
Pemberton Greenish is a specialist firm renowned for its property and private client work. Its core business remains providing legal services to companies and individuals owning and dealing in property with a focus on family and charity owned estates. Pemberton Greenish also offers services to private clients in areas of UK and international tax planning, trusts, wills and the operation of UK and offshore investment vehicles.