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29 July 2019

FRORIEP recognised in Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2019

We are pleased to announce that several attorneys have been ranked by Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2019.

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FRORIEP's lawyers have been ranked in the areas of Art and Cultural Property Law and Private Wealth Law.

  • Julie Wynne has been ranked in Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2019 in the section Art and Cultural Property Law. She is "very well regarded in the art and philanthropy field" and regularly advises collectors, dealers and cultural institutions on a range of art-related legal issues. "She is a very experienced person and she deals with a lot of philanthropy and art matters via her work on the charity side" and "is on the board of many museums and galleries and is well connected to the art world."
  • Oliver Arter has been ranked in Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2019 in the section Private Wealth Law. Considered as "very well connected", he is known for his long-standing experience in private wealth and international estate planning matters. "He is a very academic lawyer who has lots of theoretical knowledge and is very bright" and "is very knowledgeable and has a wide range of private client expertise, and has a real academic level of knowledge."

  • Bruno Boesch has also been ranked in Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2019 in the section Art and Cultural Property Law (Expertise based abroad in Switzerland). He focuses his practice on advising ultra-high net worth clients in connection with their art collections and philanthropic projects. An academic expert reveals that "he is a leader in the field of fine art and other cultural property matters. I always have excellent discussions with him about that field. The main strengths of Bruno are his variety of languages, the excellent knowledge of the needs of private clients in art law and the excellent knowledge of the art market." He is "very much seen as an authority on art matters."

 

The Chambers High Net Worth guide is Chambers' first publication specifically aimed at the international private wealth market. It covers private wealth management work and related specialisms in key jurisdictions around the world, featuring in-depth editorial about the leading professional advisers to wealthy individuals and families in each market.

 

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