Law firm Boodle Hatfield has strengthened its private client and tax team with the appointment of new partner Kyra Motley.
Ms Motley joined Boodle Hatfield on Wednesday 23 May from Taylor Wessing and brings to the firm expertise in multi-jurisdictional wealth planning, international tax and trusts, succession planning and family governance for high and ultra high net worth individuals and their families. She has a particularly strong track record in advising individuals and families from the Middle East.
Andrea Zavos, partner and head of private client and tax at Boodle Hatfield said: “Kyra is one of the rising stars in the private wealth legal market. We are thrilled to have her join the firm and to build on our growing Middle East practice. She will be a real asset to the firm and to its clients.”
Boodle Hatfield’s Middle East practice, led by partners Shaima Jillood and Salpy Kouyoumjian, offers a full service to Middle Eastern clients They advise on issues from structuring and preserving wealth to advising on the residential and commercial real estate markets in the UK and the tax implications for overseas investors.
Ms Motley is a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and was named in 2016 and 2017 as an eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35.
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