Farrer & Co welcomes back Marianne Kafena to Private Client Team
Date Posted: 12/09/2014
Farrer & Co has continued to invest in its international private client team with the re-appointment of Marianne Kafena, formerly of Kleinwort Benson.
Marianne joins Farrer & Co as a partner practising in the private client team as of 29 September 2014.
Marianne qualified as a solicitor at Farrer & Co in 2000. Since then, she has held roles at Lombard Odier in Bermuda and London and then Kleinwort Benson in London. She has specific experience in international private client work, particularly around the establishment, management and structuring of trusts.
Siobhan Jones joins Farrer & Co
Date Posted: 12/09/2014
Farrer & Co is delighted to announce the appointment of partner Siobhan Jones, who joins the Disputes Team from Penningtons Manches.
Siobhan specialises in property-related litigation and dispute resolution and has substantial experience of court proceedings, property tribunals and alternative forms of dispute resolution. Her clients include investors and developers as well as individuals who have interests in either commercial or residential property.
Udo Onwere joins Farrer & Co
Date Posted: 06/12/2013
Farrer & Co are delighted to announce the appointment of Udo Onwere, who has joined the firm's Private Client team and Sports Group as an Associate.
Laurence Stracey Debate 2013
Date Posted: 05/12/2013
This year's Laurence Stracey debate, held on 10 October 2013, saw two boys from Eton College, Toby Tricks and Harry Elliot, propose the motion "This House would not accept a job from Daddy". This motion was fiercely opposed by Christopher Edwards and Charlie Sparling from Old Square Chambers. The presence of the Eton boys reflects the Head of the Employment Team, David Smellie’s current sabbatical which he is spending teaching at Eton College.
Farrer & Co Tax Debate 2013
Date Posted: 09/10/2013
On Thursday 26 September the Farrer & Co Tax team held their Third Annual Tax Debate at the Royal College of Surgeons, London. This year's motion was “This house believes that tax is for citizen shaping, not just for revenue raising” with Timothy Brennan QC of Devereux Chambers and Hui Ling McCarthy of Gray’s Inn Tax Chambers opposing the motion and Felicity Cullen QC and Michael Jones both of Gray’s Inn Tax Chamber proposing.