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International Financial Centre law firm Walkers has invited a number of attorneys across its global network to join the partnership, as the firm continues to expand in order to meet the growing demands of its clients.

Eight individuals across four of Walkers’ international offices have been invited to join the partnership, taking the firm’s total number of partners around the world to 57. Walkers’ new partners together represent over 100 years of legal experience and are in the following offices and practice groups:

British Virgin Islands: John Gosling (Finance & Corporate)

Cayman Islands: Julian Ashworth (Investment Funds)
Rob Jackson (Finance & Corporate)
David Marshall (Investment Funds)
Nicole Pineda (Finance & Corporate)

Hong Kong: Ashley Davies (Finance & Corporate)
Fraser Hern (Insolvency & Corporate Recovery)
London: Anne Forbes-Harper (Finance & Corporate / Investment Funds) 
"The needs of our clients have always been the driving force for Walkers’ growth and as our clients’ needs have become more complex and crossing multiple borders, it has become more vital than ever that we have the right professionals in place to service their requirements," says Diarmad Murray, Global Managing Partner of Walkers. "As a result of our balanced portfolio of work and practice areas, Walkers has been able to keep growing despite the difficult global conditions of the past two years. With this latest round of well-deserved promotions, Walkers is extremely well positioned to continue exceeding our clients’ expectations as global financial markets further improve."

In addition to the new partners, Walkers is also pleased to announce that 11 associates across its global network have been promoted to the role of senior counsel, acknowledging their seniority and expertise within their various practice groups. The new senior counsel appointments are as follows:

British Virgin Islands: Marianne Rajic (Investment Funds)

Cayman Islands: Philip Dickinson (Investment Funds), Richard Munden (Finance & Corporate),
Lucy Nicklas (Investment Funds) and Anthony Partridge (Trusts)
Dubai: Daniel Wood (Investment Funds)
Dublin: Noeleen Ruddy (Structured Products & Capital Markets)
Hong Kong: Kristen Kwok (Finance & Corporate) and Michael Padarin (Investment Funds)

Jersey: Marc Seddon (Litigation)
Singapore: Laura Rogers (Investment Funds / Corporate)

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