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In the third episode of ‘The Philanthropy Edition’ Alberto Lidji and Clare Stirzaker are joined by Ben Morton Wright, the founder, president and group CEO of Global Philanthropic. Together Alberto, Ben and Clare look at the importance of philanthropists considering the impact of their giving, the power of innovative thinking with charitable strategies and how we can encourage the giving dial to move.
Boodle Hatfield, a leading private wealth and real estate law firm, continued its trajectory of profitable growth by announcing today that fee income during the 2022-23 financial year rose from £30.7m to £32.5m, reflecting a 5.8% year on year increase. These financial results come as the firm closes its 300th year in business – making this the best year on record.
Andrea Zavos, Senior Partner says: “Andrew is a fantastic practitioner and we are delighted to welcome him to Boodle Hatfield. His arrival marks the firm’s third lateral hire this year and our fourth addition to the partnership following this year’s partner promotion. This growth reflects our continued commitment to build and invest in our key service lines. Our focus remains on meeting the ever-changing needs of our dynamic client base and providing the very best quality legal advice.”
Boodle Hatfield has strengthened its Private Client & Tax department with the appointment of new partner, Nicola Bushby. Nicola joins the firm’s top-tier Private Wealth Disputes team from Irwin Mitchell and her arrival consolidates the firm’s reputation as one of the leading practices for high value, complex wealth disputes in the London market.
The promotions are indicative of the firm’s continued investment in future talent and growth of its well-regarded Corporate, Private Client and Tax, Real Estate and Family teams. The newly promoted Senior Associates are; Fred Clark (Corporate); Katherine Worrall (Real Estate); Katie Male (Family); and Michael Duffy (Private Client & Tax).
Leading private wealth law firm Boodle Hatfield, has promoted David Rawlence to Partner, with effect from 1 May 2023. David qualified as a real estate lawyer at Boodle Hatfield in 2016, having trained at the firm. He has built a significant reputation as a go to adviser for real estate acquisitions, disposals, financing and development as well as landlord and tenant work.
To mark IWD 2023, we spoke to a handful of staff and Partners from across the business to reflect on their experiences in the industry and how, together, we can forge an equitable and inclusive world.
We are delighted to announce that Boodle Hatfield has been awarded ‘International Legal Team of the Year (midsize firm)’ at the annual Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Awards 2022.
Boodle Hatfield launches ‘Lessons in Legacy’ a four-part series exploring what legacy now means in the twenty first century to help successful individuals, families and their associated business ventures navigate a new terrain.
Boodle Hatfield, a leading private wealth and property firm has today announced it has elected Andrea Zavos as its new Senior Partner. Andrea will succeed Sara Maccallum, as of 1 May 2023.
Earlier today, the recently appointed Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng announced changes to the stamp duty land tax (‘SDLT’) payable in England and Wales on residential property as part of his statement on the governments new Growth Plan. Senior Partner, Sara Maccallum outlines the changes.
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