European law firm Fieldfisher has been recognised in Chambers and Partners' High Net Worth – Private Wealth Law and Art and Cultural Property Law rankings.
The 2023 guide credits Fieldfisher's Head of Tax and Private Client, Peter Golden (Band 4); Private Client Partner Alistair Robertson (Band 5); and Director Alice Vink (Associates to Watch) for their respective areas of expertise in Private Wealth Law, and Dispute Resolution Partner Helen Mulcahy (Band 3) in Art and Cultural Property Law.
Peter is mentioned in relation to his work advising ultra-high net worth clients on matters relating to trusts, tax and succession, as well as his assistance to non-domiciled individuals on cross-border estate planning.
Alistair is described by clients as "a brilliant lawyer" and praised for his "commercially minded" approach to client matters, where he focuses on cross-border tax and estate planning.
Alice is described as a "highly intelligent" and "determined" Director, who "provides a very high level of service to her clients" on matters relating to tax, offshore trusts, succession and governance planning and asset restructuring.
Helen is regarded by her clients as "a tough and no-nonsense litigator", who "cares passionately about her clients", whom she advises on structuring and investment advice on art collections as well as handling international fraud-related claims for notable institutional clients.
Commenting on the rankings, Fieldfisher's Head of Tax and Private Client Peter Golden said:
"We are pleased to have been recognised for our knowledge and experience in advising private clients on private wealth and the related field of art and cultural property.
"Our individual rankings also reflect the efforts of our wider team, both in the UK and internationally, who work together seamlessly to provide a top tier service to our clients in an increasingly complicated fiscal and regulatory environment.
"I want to thank our clients for their continued trust and congratulate my colleagues for their well-deserved recognition."
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